Scene 3, Act II Summary.
In act 2 scene 3 the play hamlet planned unfolded and Claudius guilt was proven. The act begins with Hamlet eagerly telling the players how to act to get the exact effect he wanted. Horatio enters the scene and Hamlet tells him how much he admires his qualities of self control. Hamlet then informs Horatio about the ghost of his father, and what information he gave him. He continued to explain how Claudius killed his father, and th
at ghost is asking for him to kill Claudius. Hamlet, still unsure about the ghost’s intentions, tells Horatio his plan regarding the play and asks him to keep watch on Claudius. With Horatio confirming that he will keep his eye on the king for any awkward red flags, Hamlet starts the play.
As the play is starting Hamlet warns Horatio that he may act strangely as to confuse the king to his true intentions. A “dumbs
Some topics in this essay:
KILL, Characters In Hamlet, Hamlet, Ghost, Gertrude, The Play, Murder, Guilt, Horatio, Claudius,
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