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Hamlet Act I & II

Hamlet Main Events

QuestionAnswer
What is Hamlet's Monologue about? His fathers death, his mother's quickness to marry, committing suicide.
Who warns Ophelia to stay away from Hamlet? Laertes and Polonius
Who leaves for France during this act? Laertes
What does Hamlet's father tell him when he sees the ghost? To Seek Revenge
Who tells Hamlet he is acting mad in Act II? Ophelia
Who do the Queen and King have spy on Hamlet? Rosencrantz and Guildenstern
Why does Polonius think Hamlet is acting crazy? Because he is in love with Ophelia and can't see her.
What event does Hamlet plan to reveal Claudius' guilt? A Play
Who killed King Hamlet? Claudius
How was King Hamlet killed? He is murdered by poison being poured in his ear while he is sleeping in his garden.
Created by: tsides