Hamlet T/F

Hamlet’s romance with Ophelia is ended by his mother. False
Gertrude is astonished to see the ghost. False
Yorick had been court jester. True
Claudius never admits his guilt to the audience. False
Claudius killed the king by pouring poison into his ear. True
At the end of the play, Horatio becomes king. False
Hamlet fears that the ghost may have been sent by the devil. True
“To thine own self be true” is part of Hamlet’s soliloquy False
Hamlet is afraid to trust Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. True
The Ghost is in Purgatory, waiting to ascend to Heaven. True
Polonius believes that love for Ophelia caused Hamlet’s madness. True
In the “to be or not to be” speech, hamlet discusses suicide. True
After the players perform the whole court knows of Claudius’ crime. False
Claudius deeply loves Gertrude. True
Like Hamlet, Ophelia only pretends to be mad. False

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