Hamlet Jeopardy

Polonius Character who dies behind the curtain
Ophelia, Laertes Polonius’s children
R & G Claudius’s spies (2)
Fortinbras and Laertes Two foils to Hamlet
Reynaldo Polonius’s spy
Hamlet, Claudius _____ said, “A little more than kin and less than kind.” about _______.
Laertes, Polonius “Only I will be revenged most thoroughly for my father.” speaker, father
Hamlet, Polonius, Claudius “I took thee for thy better.” Speaker, listener, better
Laertes “I am justly killed with mine own treachery.” speaker
Claudius, praying “My thoughts fly up; my words remain below.” speaker, occasion
Laertes, Hamlet, Fortinbras Which three sons lost fathers?
Elsinore Hamlet’s castle
up sword Technical climax
Arras Another name for curtains
Yorick Person’s scull that Hamlet holds
App vs Reality Theme in “That one may smile and smile and be a villain.”
App vs reality, thought vs action, revenge Name three themes of the play
Thought vs Action Theme most dominant in “To Be or Not to Be” speech
Horatio, Gertrude, R, G Four people that Hamlet tells his madness is pretended
poison Kind of imagery surrounding Claudius
paint Kind of imagery paired with app vs reality
Music Kind of imagery in “My pulse, as yours, doth temperately keep time,…”
Plant Imagery in “Which now like fruit unripe sticks on the tree, / But fall unshaken when they mellow be.”
Horatio Character who is not “passion’s slave”
Hamlet, King Hamlet, Claudius, Gertrude, Laertes List characters killed by poison
Polonius, R&G, Reynaldo, Ophelia, Gertrude List the spies in the play (6)
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Hamlet will trust ______ as he will “adders fanged”
Hecuba Wife of Priam
France Country where Horatio and Laertes go to college
purgatory The place where King Hamlet is doomed to walk around during the day
suicide, incest, last rites Name three canons of the Catholic church
Mouse trap Nickname of the play within the play
hugger mugger Word meaning quickly and done in secret
Claudius “May one be pardoned and still retain the offense?” speaker
meditation, Hamlet “That I with wings as swift as _______ or the thoughts of love, may sweep to my revenge.” Blank, Speaker
sky Hamlet calls the ______ a “foul and pestilent congregation of vapors.”
Hamlet, Yorick, Gertrude “Now get thee to my lady’s chamber and tell her, let her paint an inch thick….” speaker, thee, my lady
Claudius, behind curtain “It had been so with us Had we been there.” Us, Where is There?
dagger A bodkin is another name for a _______.
eternal rest Define quietus
undiscovered country Give one of Hamlet’s metaphors for death
Claudius praying Example of fate that keeps Hamlet from killing Claudius
pirates _______ keep Hamlet from getting to England.
Father’s ring with seal of Denmark Hamlet finds his father’s ________ in his purse that allows him to rewrite the letter with instructions to kill R & G
O cursed spite that ever I was born to set it right Quote that proves that fate has affected Hamlet ever since he was born.