of Norway, slain during battle by King Hamlet. He often cracks elaborate linguistic jokes at their expense, all of which sail straight over their heads. Her funeral is the location of a fight between Hamlet and Laertes that centers on which loved her more; Hamlet believes he did, resenting Laertes exaggerated emphasis of his sorrow. The father of Laertes and Ophelia, Lord Chamberlain Polonius dutifully serves King Claudius. Why is this so? Horatio: Friend to Hamlet and the one person Hamlet truly trusts. Some of these scenes can seem needlessly long, even downright dull at times. He even has Reynaldo, a servant spy on his own son Laertes in Paris. He visits his mother, reviling her for her hasty marriage, and accidentally kills Polonius, who is hiding in the chamber.
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into the hall, and Hamlet asks Laertes for forgiveness, claiming that it was his madness, and not his own will, that murdered Polonius.
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To this end, Hamlet distrusts and rejects all those around him whom he believes are spying on him for King Claudius. Hamlet's suspicions are confirmed. Alan Howard (Hamlet David Waller (Claudius Brenda Bruce (Gertrude Helen Mirren (Ophelia Sebastian Shaw (Polonius Terence Taplin (Horatio Patrick Barr (Ghost Christopher Gable (Laertes Philip Manikum (Rosencrantz John Kane (Guildenstern Clement McCallin (Player King Barry Stanton (Gravedigger Peter Egan (Osric) 1975 TOP/1976 Roundhouse: Buzz Goodbody. To cover his intentions, he feigns madness. Gertrude drinks from a poisoned cup intended for Hamlet, and also dies. Both die when the instructions they bear from King Claudius are altered by Hamlet to instruct King Claudius' English associates to kill those bearing his commission immediately (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern). Distrustful of Hamlet and his "madness King Claudius has Hamlet deported to England to be killed when he fears he has become a threat. Hamlet, Gertrude's son, is already distressed by his father's death and the hasty remarriage; when his father's ghost appears to tell him that he was murdered by his own brother, Hamlet vows revenge. Hamlet is the one who delays and thinks too much about everything, Fortinbras is the men of reason and action, who does not really care what he fights for as long as it brings him honor and Laertes is the one who acts in rush. His action to avenge his fathers death and reclaim the lost territory was carefully analyzed and his plan executed.
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