Hamlet acts 3 and 4

Claudius’s comment in Scene 1 that he is happy to hear of Hamlet’s interest in the troupe of actors is an example of dramatic irony because the audience knows that Claudius will be made unhappy by the play
What is Hamlet’s intention on confronting his mother and speaking “daggers” to her? to force her to admit her treachery
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are prompted to the king’s bidding by their? loyalty to the king
What is irony of Claudius’s comment at the end of Scene 3, “My words fly up, my thouht remain below”? Hamlet spared his life because he thought Claudius was praying.
The Ghost appears in scene 4 to mitigate Hamlet’s cruel treatment of his mother
After Hamlet kill Polonius, the queen immediately tells Claudius. This shows that she maintains her greater allegiance to Claudius
At the end of Scene 3, the king says to himself, “For like the hectic in my blood he rages, / And thou must cure me. ” What does Claudius mean by this comparison? The king of England, like a doctor must bring Claudius back to health by killing Hamlet
What can be inferred from the queen’s desire to avoid speaking with Opehelia in Scene 5? She felts guilt over the death of Polonius at her son’s hand.
A major difference between Laertes and Hamlet is that Laertes finds solace for his grief in action
In scene 7, the plan that Claudius devises with Lertes is influenced by Claudius’s concern that Hamlets death appear accidental