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Act III, Scene 4

What instructions does Polonius give Gertrude? Gertrude should tell Hamlet that his pranks need to stop--Claudius keeps having to protect Hamlet from criticism
When Gertrude says Hamlet has offended his father, who is she speaking of? Claudius
When Hamlet says that Gertrude has offended Hamlet's father, who is he speaking of? King Hamlet
What makes Polonius raise his voice in alarm when he's behind the curtain? Gertrude thinks Hamlet is going to murder her
What does Hamlet do to Polonius? Stabs and kills Polonius through the curtain
Who does Hamlet hope he has killed? The King
Who does Hamlet suggest Gertrude has killed? King Hamlet
When Hamlet compares his father to Claudius, what is Gertrude's reaction? Gertrude feels guilty and asks Hamlet to stop
When the ghost enters who can see him? Hamlet
Why has the ghost appeared? To remind Hamlet to only seek revenge on Claudius
What are Gertrude's thoughts as Hamlet speaks with the ghost? Gertrude thinks Hamlet is insane
What does Hamlet ask Gertrude to do? Not sleep with Claudius
Hamlet tells Gertrude he only pretends madness. Does Hamlet think Gertrude will tell Claudius? Yes
Hamlet mentions that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern will be travelling to England with him. How much does Hamlet trust Rosencrantz and Guildenstern? Hamlet trusts Rosencrantz and Guildenstern like a snake
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