Discussion questions – Hamlet Act 3, Scene 1: Identify the lines that demonstrate for the first time that King Claudius

1. Identify the lines that demonstrate for the first time that King Claudius is feeling guilty for the act he committed.
2. Summarize Hamlet’s famous soliloquy from this scene.
3. Discuss the double meaning of Hamlet’s famous line “Get thee to a nunnery.” Why do you think he says this?
4.What does Ophelia assume after her meeting with Hamlet?
5.Does King Claudius come to the same conclusion as Ophelia?
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