Hamlet 9.08 Quiz: Act 3, Session 3

What is Hamlet debating in his famous, “To be, or not to be” soliloquy? Whether or not to commit suicide
Why does Hamlet repeatedly say to Ophelia, “Get thee to a nunnery”? He views the world, people, and especially woman as hopelessly corrupt.
After secretly observing Hamlet’s “To be or not to be” soliloquy and his speech to Ophelia immediately after, Claudius comes to the conclusion that…… Lovesickness is not making Hamlet mad
In Hamlet’s speech to the players, he urges them to act in ways that are…. Natural and realistic
Which character does Hamlet ask to observe Claudius during the performance of The Murder of Gonzago? Horatio
How does Hamlet treat Ophelia during the performance of the play? He flirts with her, using wordplay and puns.
How does Claudius react to The Murder of Gonzago? He storms out just after the player king is murdered.
What reason does Hamlet give for his failure to act when he comes upon Claudius praying after the performance of The Murder of Gonzago? He does not want to kill Claudius while he is praying, because then Claudius will go straight to heaven.
Why does Hamlet go to Gertrude’s chamber in Act 3, Scene 4? He is going to “speak daggers” to her and criticize her for what she has done.
At the end of Act 3, Hamlet asks his mother not to tell Claudius that…… He is only pretending to be insane

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