Hamlet, Act 3, Scene 2
Hamlet devises a plan to find proof of the murder of his father. He will have a play performed based on how Claudius killed his father.
"The play's the thing wherein I'll catch the conscience of the King"
The player king and queen enter the stage, the King lies down and falls asleep in the garden then the Queen leaves.
Another man (his brother) comes and takes off the crown of the king and kisses it.
The brother then pours poison into the ear of the sleeping King and leaves the scene
The Queen returns to find her husband dead, she kisses him and cries. The body is then carried away by servants.
The poisoner woos the Queen with gifts and they get married.
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