Please help with homework Hamlet Act I, 1.4: Hamlet says of Claudius’s carousing
- Hamlet says of Claudius’s carousing: “it is a custom/More honored in the breach than the observance.” What is he saying about Claudius? How does he continue this line of argument later in this speech? (15-41)
- Why don’t Horatio and the others want Hamlet to follow the Ghost? Cite specific lines.
- Marcellus says, “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” How does this relate to previous lines in this scene and in the play?
Asked on 21.06.2017 in English Literature.