Hamlet Act I Scene iii

what is laertes advice to his sister, ophelia, in regards to hamlet? what reason does he give? don’t get attached with hamlet because he cannot marry you so it won’t go anywhere
whats ophelia’s response to her brother she agrees
what are six of the bird of wisdom polonius wants laertes to remember as he faces the world don’t borrow or spend too much money; be true to yourself; have good friends; take everyone opinion but trust yourself; don’t always say what your thinking; don’t act on unwise thoughts
what does ophelia’s response to her father show us about her character easily swayed, obedient, or could be lying
hamlet is dealing with grief and rage about his father, mother, and uncle. How do you suppose might ophelia’s obedience to her fathers common affect him he’s already dealing with the death of his father and he doesn’t need something else to deal with