Hamlet Act III Scene 3

After witnessing Hamlet’s behavior during the play what do Rosencrantz and Guildenstern say about his condition? He’s crazy
After the play, Claudius meets with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to discuss Hamlet’s condition. Are they more sympathetic to Claudius, Hamlet or someone else? Claudius
After Hamlet’s behavior during the play within the play, what do Rosencrantz and Guildenster agree to do with Hamlet? Escort him to England
After the play, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern and Claudius meet to discuss Hamlet. Polonius joins them. What does he tell Claudius? Hamlet is going to see mother
Once left alone on stage in Act 3 Scene 3, what does Claudius express guilt about? killing brother
As Claudius speaks about his guilt in Act 3 Scene 3, what does he say about repenting? He might not help, can’t repent
Claudius says his crime, hath the primal eldest curse upon’t”. What does he mean? bad crime, killing your brother
Hamlet enters about halfway through Act 3 Scene 3,. When he comes in, what is Claudius doing? praying
On his way to see his mother in Act 3 Scene 3, Hamlet finds Claudius. What does Hamlet decide not to do in the scene? Kill him (not yet)
Hamlet says of Claudius, “He took my father grossly, full of bread: With all his crimes broad blown, as flush as May.” What does Hamlet mean by this? I killed my father
What specific thing does Hamlet determine Claudius must do before Hamlet can murder him? sin again
What does Claudius say in Act 3 Scene 3, about his own thoughts and words? He is ashamed, won’t reach heaven