Part 1 Act I: ANSWER ONLY (TWO) QUESTIONS. Consider the play’s opening – Scene 1

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Part 1
Consider the play’s opening – Scene 1. What is the mood? How does it contrast with the mood in Scene 2?
From his initial speech to the court, what kind of man, monarch, husband, and uncle/stepfather is Claudius?
What kind of woman/Queen/widow/mother is Gertrude?
Study Hamlet’s first soliloquy (“O, that this too, too solid flesh…”). How do you explain his emotions and thoughts in clear, 21st-century English?
How would you characterize the relationship between Polonius and his son Laertes, and his daughter Ophelia, and between Laertes and his sister Ophelia?
What in the words of the Ghost seem to support the truth of the spirit’s claims? Does anything about the scene seem ambiguous or doubtful?
Considering the Act I question about the relationship between Polonius and Laertes, what does Act II, Scene 1 add to your sense of that relationship, and what might it tell us of Polonius’ true character?
Study Ophelia’s account of Hamlet’s behavior: what evidence do you see for Hamlet’s being mad, melancholy, in love, ambitious, scheming, a performer, or perhaps just a prankster – or any combination, or some other characterization?
Five a verbal portrait of Polonius thus far: as father, courtier, counselor, speechmaker, etc. What is his role in the play, or in the dynamics of the play?
How would you characterize the relationship between Claudius and Gertrude?
Study Hamlet’s behavior in his responses to Polonius, and also in his responses to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern – with reference, as you like, to anything so far in the play that informs your understanding of Hamlet as a man.
Study Hamlet’s behavior and words in the scene after the arrival of the Players. How does it add to your understanding of his character – his moods, his ethical self, his sensibilities – anything.
Study the next soliloquy (“O, what a rogue and peasant slave…”); looking back at the first soliloquy, how does this passage advance our understanding of Hamlet’s mind?
PART 2 Find a web site relevant to Hamlet or Shakespeare on the Internet; Post a link and a minimum-50-word review of the site

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