Hamlet for exam

Agrees to tell Hamlet’s story Hiratio
Is a purely comic character Osric
Becomes king of Denmark at the end of the play Fortinbras
Apologizes to Laertes Hamlet
Swoons during the fencing match Gertrude
Reveals the kings treachery Hamlet
Kills Hamlet in a duel Laertes
Manipulates Laertes Claudius
Has Rosencrantz and Guildenstern killed Hamlet
Is talked about by the gravediggers Ophelia
Hamlet calls Rosencrantz and Guildenstern “Sponges”
In reacting to his father’s death, Laertes can best be described as Rash
Hamlet seems to admire Fortinbras for his Decisive action
In the last scene of the play, Four characters die
Hamlet’s slaying if Polonius causes Claudius To send Hamlet to England
The idea that appearances can be deceiving is suggested by Laertes display of grief for Ophelia
At the beginning of the last scene, Hamlet Wants to kill Laertes
With the gravedigger, Hamlet Talks about Ophelia
When he jumps into Ophelia’s grave, Hamlet Declares his hatred for Laertes
Hamlet never expresses admiration for Polonius
Hamlet finds it difficult to reconcile Time and eternity
Hamlet’s behavior throughout the play shows him to be basically Noble
Just before the fencing match, Hamlet’s attitude seems to be one of Acceptance
Hamlet is responsible for the death of Laertes
A character in the play who is conventional and pompous is Polonius
The appearance of the courier, osric in act 5 is an example of Comic relief
The power of evil in the play is demonstrated by All the above
A character in the play who is “hoist upon his own petar” Polonius
The gravedigger comments Death
The event that marks the turning point in the play is Hamlet’s killing of Polonius
The person whom Hamlet compares to Hyperion and Jove is Horatio
Hamlet is trouble by moral corruption in Women
A character who is a foil to Hamlet is Fortinbras
Hamlet’s reference to Claudius as a “mildewed ear” implies that Cladius is Diseased
An event in the play that does not shows the influence of chance is Claudius puts poison in the wine
Hamlet’s frame of mind near the end of the play is closest to that of Laertes
In referring to Hamlet’s melancholy, Gertrude uses the phrase “Knighted color”
Polonius believes that Hamlet is mad because of his Love for Ophelia
Claudius describes Hamlet as “The hectic in my blood”
One theme that permeates this play is revenge. Explain how this theme works between fathers and sons. Make sure you indicate the names of each set of fathers and sons Hamlet wants to get revenge on his uncle, Claudius, for killing his father, King Hamlet. Laertes wants to get revenge on Hamlet for killing his father, Polonius. For Hamlet and Laertes, revenge blinds them. They aren’t thinking before they do something
Is Hamlet mad (crazy)? Explain your reasoning based on events in the play At the beginning, he was just making it look like he was mad so that way they wouldn’t pay close attention to him. You see this wen he is talking to Polonius about his daughter Ophelia. Polonius goes back to the king and queen and say he is mad because of his love for Ophelia. But later on he does go mad, always thinking of what to do to get revenge on Claudius and willing to kill Rosencrantz and Guildenstern for them helping Claudius
Analyze the characters of Laertes and Prince Hamlet. Explore their similarities and differences Laertes and Prince Hamlet are the same because they both seek out revenge for their father’s death, Polonius and King Hamlet.But Laertes is different than Prince Hamlet in one way. When Laertes goes to take revenge, he actually takes action to do what needs to be done. For Hamlet, he doesn’t. When Hamlet got the chance to kill Claudius, he didn’t do it because he was praying. He said that h will do it when he is mad

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