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Act 1 Scene 5 Ghost’s request Revenge his foul and most unnatural murder Act 1 Scene 5-Hamlet’s sense of duty I was born to set it right Act 1 Scene 5-Hamlet will forget book learning from the table of my memory/ I’ll wipe away all trivial fond records/All saws of books A1S5 ghost doubt The spirit I have seen/ May be the devil Mother request Against thy mother aught Mother reaction O most pernicious woman!/O, villain, villain smiling, damned villain! A2S2 Phyrrus reaction O what a rogue and peasant slave am I/ Is it not monstrous that this player here/ But in a fiction, in a dream of passion/ Could force his soul to his own conceit. A1S5 ghost “I am thy father’s spirit/Doomed for a certain term to walk the night/ And for the day confined to fast in fires” A1S5 ghost crimes the foul crimes done in my days of nature/ Are burnt and purged away Phyrrus mincing with his sword her husband’s limbs A3 S5 church murder A villain kills my father, and for that/ I his sole son, do this same villain send/ To heaven A3S5 when he’d prefer to kill Claudius Up sword. And know thou a more horrid hent/ When he is drunk asleep, or in his rage/ Or in th’incestuous pleasure of his bed. A5S2 Prompted by the treachery of others, Hamlet has learnt to act not deliberate R+G they are not near my conscience A5S2 Laertes’ final words I am justly killed by mine own treachery Ironic Laertes and Claudius exchange To cut his throat i’the church

No place indeed, should murder sanctuarize Ironic Laertes and Claudius exchange 2 No place indeed should murder sanctuarize/ Revenge should have no bounds. A3S5 Vindice revenge ethos When the bad bleeds, then is the tragedy good FINAL SCENE Vindice conscience Thou hast no conscience: are we not reveng’d? Lussurioso+sister reaction+ Vindice’s honour No. Sword, thou wast never a back-biter yet. Play’s opening, shows focus on revenge Duke, royal lecher! Vindice kills the duke before he’s confessed-Hamlet won’t do this I have great sins, I must have days…not to die unclear Hippolito speaks to his broseph I do applaud thy constant revenge.

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