Hamlet Act I Scene I

Hamlet Act I Scene I

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  • Horatio terrified, after seeing the ghost tells the Prince of his experience. The Pince intrigued goes after the ghost.
  • aye sir. Horatio is speaking the truth. 
  • Ho Horatio. Haven't seen thee in a while.  
  • Mine prince thee must cometh apace. I has't seen a ghost! 
  • Prince Hamlet calls out to the ghost. However, the ghost gives an unclear but interesting answer, causing Hamlet to follow.
  • Followeth me to mine tomb and I shalt telleth thee
  • What business doth thou has't in mine castle?
  • The ghost explains to Hamlet how Hamlet's uncle murdered his father. Hamlet is heartbroken because he knew it was Claudius all along and has not done anything.
  • The serpent that did sting thy father’s life. Now wears his crown.
  • uncle Claudius is a snake in disguise? That explaineth a gross amount.  
  • Horatio and Bernardo search for Hamlet. Horatio believes that Hamlet is a fool for going with the ghost.
  • the prince is thithero, in the window 
  • Hamlet vows to seek vengeance for his father. Hamlet vows to kill Claudius, and is consumed by REVENGE.
  • No thee fool. Thy uncle hath killed me.
  • O thy serpent.Haste me to know 't, that I, with wings as swiftAs meditation or the thoughts of love,May sweep to my revenge.
  • The serpent (Claudius) in his castle is enjoying his time as King celebrating his rise through power by killing his brother. 
  • Bringeth me more ale at once! 
  • Aye, King Claudius
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