Bernardo and Marcellus say they have seen the ghost of King Hamlet 3 times
The watchman in Act. I scene I who doubts the existence of the ghost is Horatio
Fortinbras serves as a foil to hamlet in all of the following ways Except Both are students at the university of wittenberg
In Claudius’s opening speech in the following lines he utilizes what rhetorical device Antithesis
In hamlets first soliloquy he employs a number of classical allusions. Which of the following is not an accurate assessment of how he uses the allusion He says he is as strong as Hercules
In the soliloquy, in line 150, when hamlet says “O God, a beast that wants discourse of reason” wants means Needs
Who speaks the following lines in Act I, Scene 3 Ophelia
In Hamlets soliloquy on pages 38-39, which of the following marks the transition between Hamlets generalization about the world and his explication of those generalities “That it should come to this !”
It is clear from this soliloquy that Hamlets anguish comes mostly from His mothers remarriage
Hamlets melancholy on this soliloquy can be attributed to Resentment of his uncle
The speech beginning “seems , Madam? Nay, it is ” points to the theme which involves The difference between a things appearance and it’s reality
The first six lines of Hamlets speech to the ghost suggest the possibility that The ghost may be an evil Impersonator a disguised demon
The one thing that most outraged the ghost of Old Hamlet in lines 32-90 is The he has been murdered
The tone of the speech “O cursed spite/ that ever I was born to set it right!” Is Bitter frustration
In Hamlets speech he asks Horatio Not to give him away if he should behave strange
Laertes’ warnings to ophelia are most likely An accurate description of how Hamlet might treat her
The one piece of Polonius advice to Laertes that comes across as particularly insincere in view of Polonius’s own statements and character is “Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice”
In her encounters with her brother and her father, Ophelia comes across as Sweet, innocent, and submissive
In the encounter with his friend Horatio in scenes iv and v Hamlet… Continues consistently to play the woebegone melancholic
In Hamlets seconds soliloquy he employs the language of a scholar or student . “O most pernicious woman!”
“Brevity is the soul of wit” Polonius
“Get three to a nunnery” Hamlet
“A little more than kin, and less than kind.” Hamlet
“Frailty, thy name is a woman!” Hamlet
“A countenance more in sorrow than anger.” Horatio
“Neither a borrower nor a lender be.” Polonius
“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” Marcellus
“O, woe is me/ To have seen what I have seen, see what I see!” Ophelia
“The lady doth protest too much,methinks.” Gertrude
“Though this is madness ,yet there’s method in’t.” Polonius