Hamlet 2

  • Hamlet Important Quotes

    "Stay! Speak, speak! I charge thee, speak" Horatio to King's Ghost He is sent to decide if the Ghost is really Hamlet Sr. "A little more than kin and less than kind." Hamlet in an aside about Claudius. When Claudius and Gertrude are talking to Hamlet after their wedding about… View Article

  • Madness quotes in Hamlet

    HAMLET "How strange or odd some'er I bear myself (As I perchance hereafter shall think meet To put an antic disposition on)" Madness Antic disposition presents the fact that Hamlet is going to put on his madness and act it out for other people. "There's method in my madness" HAMLET… View Article

  • Hamlet Fever Chart Presentation

    Okay so I took a different approach to the Fever Chart. What I did was I created two different lines, one for Hamlet's true psychological state, and one for how others perceive his state to be. So here's the thesis: Hamlet is depicted through two personalities: one that he "plans"… View Article

  • Hamlet

    At the time, women were required to be utterly subservient to men, given limited education and career choices, and subjected to stringent rules of etiquette and dress. Queen Elizabeth herself is quoted as saying: "Better beggar woman and single than Queen and married." Elizabeth remained single throughout her life because… View Article

  • Deaths of Hamlet

    Ophelia drowns Polonius Dies while SPYING- doing what he loved and how he lived his life. Gertrude Dies by the hand of her husband. Mistakenly drinks the poison (Cladius doesn't stop her). The king says she has just fainted at the sight of blood, but he's really just selfishly trying… View Article

  • Hamlet

    -A series of events develop the plot's central conflict. -Suspense builds gradually as the plot progresses. >Which statements describe the rising action of a tragedy's plot? -Hamlet wants to kill Claudius, but he wants to be sure Claudius will suffer. >Which statement best describes Hamlet's complexity in the excerpt? -His… View Article

  • Hamlet Revenge Quotes

    Act 1 Scene 5 Ghost's request Revenge his foul and most unnatural murder Act 1 Scene 5-Hamlet's sense of duty I was born to set it right Act 1 Scene 5-Hamlet will forget book learning from the table of my memory/ I'll wipe away all trivial fond records/All saws of… View Article

  • Hamlet Act IV quiz

    What does Hamlet think of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern? He uses the word "sponge" to describe them, saying they soak up the King's words, commands and gifts. He thinks they are weak and not smart enough to see that they are being used by the King. Why must the king "not… View Article

  • Hamlet, Part 1: An Introduction to Elizabethan Theater

    To understand in a drama, the reader must weigh a character's words against other information in the text. characterization In a drama, how do audiences learn about a character? Check all that apply. through the character's own words through what other characters say through narration about the character through the… View Article

  • literary devices and hamlet

    Foil minor character whose attitudes, beliefs, and behavior differ significantly from those of the main character (highlights flaws) Horatio a foil to Hamlet dramatic irony occurs when the results of actions are tragic reverse of what participants think; spectators understand dramatic irony when hamlet and horatio know that claudius has… View Article

  • Hamlet

    Why is Reynaldo obligated to follow Polonius's instructions? Polonius is Reynaldo's social superior. What does Polonius advise Reynaldo to do? spread rumors about Laertes Polonius's instructions to Reynaldo demonstrate his belief that __________. one can use deception to uncover the truth Why are Rosencrantz and Guildenstern summoned to Elsinore? Claudius… View Article

  • Hamlet Allusions

    Act I, III, V: Julius Caesar/the death of Caesar: Julius Caesar was murdered in his own court, a sanctuary, by his senators or those who were supposedly his friends and on his advisory council. They murdered him because they believed he was too obsessed with his own importance. In Hamlet,… View Article

  • Hamlet, Part 8: Themes

    Which is an objective summary of the "forgiveness triumphs" theme that is developed in Act V of Hamlet? The scene where Laertes asks forgiveness helps demonstrate that forgiveness can be more powerful than revenge. What is the first step in determining the theme in a play? Identify an important topic… View Article

  • Act 3

    Why does Hamlet choose not to kill Claudius when he has the chance? Hamlet saw Claudius praying and feared that killing him now may send Claudius' soul to heaven. Who does Hamlet kill on accident? Polonius, an innocent man. How does Hamlet kill Polonius? He stabs the curtain where he… View Article