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"You shall do marvelous wisely, good Reynaldo, Before you visit him, to make inquire ofhis behavior."
"O, my lord, my lord, I have been so affrighted!"
"With what, i' th' name of God?"
"That I have found the very cause of Hamlet's lunacy"
"O, speak of that! That do I long to hear"
In this scene, old Polonius is telling Reynaldo to go to France to spy on Laertes and to defend his name if necessary. He also authorizes Reynaldo to speak or swear if he has to but to only go so far.
In the scene, Ophelia runs into the room to Polonius to tell him that Hamlet has gone insane and grabbed her by her wrist. She described that he exited the room without looking for the door.
In this scene, Polonius goes to King Claudius to tell him about Hamlet's lunacy. The king want to hear more about it and the queen also listens to what Polonius has to say.