Presentation ~ above theme: "Act 3 notes.  turning Point: Hamlet stabs and kills Polonius, thinking that that was actually Claudius hiding behind the curtains  WHY?  Hamlet has actually killed."— Presentation transcript:




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2  turning Point: Hamlet stabs and also kills Polonius, reasoning that the was in reality Claudius hiding behind the curtains  WHY?  Hamlet has actually killed the wrong man  This will upset Ophelia and also anger Laertes  He ultimately takes action, yet it’s top top the wrong human being  What will Claudius do to Hamlet currently that that is considered a murderer?

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3  The scene opens with Gertrude and Claudius asking Rosencrantz and also Guildenstern if they’ve uncovered out the cause of Hamlet’s lunacy.  Hamlet enters and delivers his To it is in or not To Be decided in which he discusses life and death and also the “whips and scorns that time.”  Ophelia then enters, and also Polonius and also Claudius spy top top them.  Ophelia attempts to return Hamlet’s gifts and also he it s okay upset and also speaks harshly come her.  Claudius decides come send Hamlet come England in ~ the finish of the scene.

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4  Hamlet begins to rehearse v the players. He instructs them no to over-act during the play.  Hamlet asks Horatio to observe the king’s reaction to the play to watch if he thinks Claudius is guilty.  The whole court beginning to watch The murder of Gonzago.  Hamlet it s okay the reaction he to be looking for: his mother seems unaware, but Claudius yells because that the lights and also stops the play.  Hamlet currently knows the he is guilty.  Hamlet’s mother wishes to speak privately come Hamlet, and also he describes to the audience the he will certainly “speak daggers” to her.

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5  The King instructs Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to escort Hamlet to England. He need to dispose of the quickly.  Polonius explains that he will hide behind the curtains during Hamlet’s meeting with his mom (more spying).  Claudius it is provided his an initial soliloquy and begins to pray because that God’s forgiveness.  Hamlet enters and sees Claudius on his knees begging for forgiveness. This is his perfect possibility to kill Claudius, however he doesn’t take it since he go not want Claudius to go to sky (his tragic flaw: over thinking, inaction)

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6  Polonius is hiding behind the curtains in the Queen’s closet once the step opens.  Hamlet describes to his mommy that her marriage to Claudius has actually really ruined him.  The ghost enters, but only Hamlet deserve to see her. This provides the queen think Hamlet is mad because that sure.  Hamlet orders his mom not to return to her incestuous bed. Together the conversation becomes heated, Polonius stirs behind the curtains.  Hamlet believes this to it is in Claudius, pulls the end his dagger, stabs and kills Polonius.  He then lugs Polonius’ body off stage.

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7  “How smart a lash the speech doth provide my conscience.” –Claudius, III.i.57-58  “Get thee to a nunnery.” –Hamlet, III.i.131  “O, what a noble psychic is below o’erthrown.” – Ophelia, III.i.163  “For anything therefore o’erdone is indigenous the purpose of playing, who end, both at the first and now, was and is to hold, as ‘twere, the mirror up to nature.” –Hamlet, III.ii.21- 24  “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” –Gertrude, III.ii.254

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8  “I will speak daggers to her, but use none.” –Hamlet, III.ii.429  “Forgive me my foul murder?/That can not be, because I to be still possessed/of those effects for which i did the murder:/my crown, mine very own ambition, and my queen.” –Claudius, III.iii.56-59  “What have I done, that thou dar’st wag they tounge/in noise for this reason rude against me?” – Gertrude, III.iv.47-48

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9  Pun:  “You would play upon me, you would seem to know my stops, you would pluck out the love of my mystery.”  Metaphor:  “Do you think i am easier to be play on 보다 a pipe?”  Allusion:  “O heart, shed not your nature; allow not ever the heart of Nero go into this certain bosom.”  Aside:  “How smart a lash that speech doth give my conscience.”  Hamlet’s 3 rd soliloquy: To be or not To Be..  inquiries whether or not he must live or dice  identify the “whips and scorns that time” the make life daunting to live  chooses life since he is unsure of what the afterlife may lug

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