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Hamlet Quiz 2.2 - L.170 - 594

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Quiz by QuarterDutch
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Last updated: October 11, 2019
First submittedOctober 11, 2019
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Hamlet tells Polonius to keep his daugher out of the...
Sun
How does Hamlet speak when pretending to be mad?
Prose
How does he speak normally?
Blank Verse
When Polonius asks, Hamlet says that he is reading...
Words, words, words.
When greeting Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, Hamlet describes fortune as a...
Strumpet / Whore
Rosencrantz says they are "Happy that we are not over-happy." This means they lack...
Ambition
Hamlet describes humankind as a...
Piece of work
When the theatre group arrive, Hamlet says that "he who plays the king...
shall be welcome."
Where are the players from?
London
They are touring Europe because they are suddenly unpopular in London. Who are people going to see instead?
Child actors
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Hamlet compares Polonius to which biblical figure who sacrificed his daughter?
Jephthah
In the First Player's performance which describes the death of Priam, who is the hero?
Pyrrhus
Like Hamlet, he seeks revenge for the death of his...
Father
The First Player has to stop, because he feels so much empathy for the character of...
Hecuba (Priam's wife)
Which play does Hamlet ask the players to perform the next day?
The Murder of Gonzago
Hamlet says if the First Player knew his story he would...
Drown the stage with tears
Lacking gall, Hamlet compares himself to which bird?
Pigeon
Hamlet feels he has to check if the ghost was telling the truth, as the ghost may have been sent by the...
Devil
Hamlet plans to reveal Claudius's guilt by showing him a...
Play
Finish the couplet: "The play's the thing, wherein I'll catch the conscience...
of the King."
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