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Hamlet Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Y. Dawne, Content Blogger
Answered: Feb 07, 2019
None of the choices above are the correct answer to the question. In the second scene of Hamlet, Laertes wishes to see King Claudius to ask his permission to return to France. Prior to King...Read More

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B.Lisa
Answered: Feb 26, 2018
This line is said by Hamlet in Act III, scene iv. SPOILER ALERT for anyone who hasn’t read “Hamlet, Prince of Denmark” by William Shakespeare. This scene is one of the most...Read More

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Jamessteve
Answered: Apr 07, 2020
Kill the king.

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 07, 2020
Marcellus

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Lachlanwarrell
Answered: Apr 07, 2020
Ophelia says in response to her brother Laertes telling her to protect her virginity when he himself has likely been promiscuous in France.

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Catherine halcombe
Answered: Apr 07, 2020
Interpretation

Interpretation involves being orderly in data collection, looking for patterns to categorize data, and clarifying uncertain data. This nurse is clarifying the data in this...Read More

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Lachlanwarrell
Answered: Apr 07, 2020
This is said by Horatio in the context of Hamlet being lead away by the ghost of his father.

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Chris Kenway, Content Writer
Answered: Sep 10, 2018
Bernardo asks 'Who's there?' and Francisco answers with the same question. This is significant because of the presence of the ghost. The ghost wears armour and a helmet, but it is not until Scene...Read More

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D is the correct answer. Hamlet speaks this famous line in the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. The complete title of the game is The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark but often called...Read More

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Jamessteve
Answered: Apr 07, 2020
Claudius sons

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 07, 2020
He is the protagonist, and his plan is to act mad

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Jdillz
Answered: Apr 07, 2020
See thou character. Give thy thoughts no tongue, Nor any unproportion d thoughts his act.

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