AP Comp Final- Hamlet Act III

At the end of Act 4 Scene I, King Claudius has decided to _______. ship Hamlet out of the country
The grounds for Hamlet’s friendship and admiration for Horatio are that Horatio ____. has been true to Hamlet
The best interpretation of the Player King’s speech “Our wills and fates do so contrary run That our devices still are overthrown. Our thoughts are ours, their ends none of our own” is that _____. will and fate are so at odds that man has no control over his destiny
In Hamlet’s short soliloquy, Hamlet fears ___. the matricidal impulse
King Claudius’ aside reveals ____. the “heavy burden” of his conscience
Ophelia’s speech reveals that she has ____. been hit with the full tragic awareness of what has been destroyed
When Hamlet strikes through the curtain, he thinks he is killing ____. Claudius
The characteristic of Polonius that most directly led to his death is ____. his nosiness and meddling
The difference between the ghost in Act I of the play and the ghost in Act III, iv is that _____. only Hamlet sees the ghost in Act III; in Act I, others did
Queen Gertrude’s lines “O Hamlet, speak no more! Thou turn’st mine eyes into my very soul, And there I see such black and grain├ęd spots As will not leave their tinct.” suggests that she ______. is moved to see and to regret her actions
The following is the most complete and accurate description of Claudius’ self knowledge is ____. he fears judgment but knows that he cannot get forgiveness
The tone of Claudius’s lines “And what’s in prayer but this twofold force, To be forestall├ęd ere we come to fall Or pardoned being down? Then I’ll look up. My fault is past. But oh, what form of prayer Can serve my turn, ‘Forgive me my foul murder?’ is _____. fearful reverence
In the bedroom scene, Hamlet forces Gertrude to look at two pictues: one of Claudius and one of King Hamlet
At the end of the bedroom scene, Hamlet asks his mother not to go to Claudius’ bed that night
Hamlet’s attitude toward the dead Polonius comes across in scene iii “I’ll blessing beg of you. For this same lord. I do repent. But heaven hath pleased it so, To punish me with this and this with me, That I must be their scourge and minister” is _____. true repentance for having killed him but it was justice
The line “He’s (Hamlet is) loved of the distracted multitudes” explains why ____. Claudius must send Hamlet to England to have him killed instead of openly having him executed for Polonius’s murder
What inspires Hamlet’s soliloquy at the end of scene iv? the account of Fortinbras’ foray into Poland
Although Hamlet believes that Fortinbras’ foray into Poland is less than admirable, he can still admire Fortinbras because ______. he sees honor as justification for some impractical actions
In Ophelia’s mad ramblings, she speaks of what three things? sexual seduction, broken wedding promises, ominous anticipation of Laertes’ reaction
When Laertes bursts into the King’s presence in scene v, who does he think is responsible for his father’s death? Claudius
Laertes and Hamlet are alike in that _____. both seek revenge for their fathers’ deaths
The information that adds credibility to Hamlet’s willingness to enter a fencing match with Laertes is that ____. Hamlet’s envy of Laertes’ fencing ability has been known
All of the following people receive letters in Act IV EXCEPT:(A) Claudius(B) Horatio(C) King of England(D) Polonius (D) Polonius
In Hamlet’s sixth soliloquy in scene iv, he says that if man’s life is no more than eating and sleeping, he is no better than ____. beasts
When Claudius says that sorrows come :in battalions,” he is referring to all of the following EXCEPT:(A) Laertes’ return from France(B) Ophelia’s insanity(C) Hamlet’s return to Denmark(D) Polonius’ death (C) Hamlet’s return to Denmark
Who tells Claudius and Laertes about the circumstances surrounding Ophelia’s death? Queen Gertrude
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”O, what a noble mind is here o’erthrown” Ophelia
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”I did enact Julius Caesar. I was killed I’ the capitol;/ Brutus killed me.” Polonius
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”{I} must be cruel to be kind” Hamlet
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”Confederate season, else no creature is seeing, Thou mixture rank, of midnight weeds collected, With Hecate’s ban thrice blasted, thrice infected, Thy natural magic and dire property On wholesome life usurp immediately.” Lucianus
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”O speak to me no more! / These words like daggers enter in my ears.” Gertrude
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”My crown, mine own ambition, and my queen. May one be pardoned and retain th’ offence?” Claudius
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”The body is with the king, but the king is not with the body/ the king is a thing.” Hamlet
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”How stand I then, That have a father killed, a mother stained, Excitements of my reason and my blood, And let all sleep-while, to my shame, I see The imminent death of twenty thousand men, That for a fantasy and trick of fame Go to their graves like beds, fight for a plot” Hamlet
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”No place indeed should murder sanctuarize; /Revenge should have no bounds.” Claudius
Identify the speaker of the following quote:”I will do’t, / And for that purpose I’ll anoint my sword.” Laertes