" Behind the arras I'll convey myself, to hear the process... Tis meet that some more audience than a mother, since nature makes them partial..."

Who is the speaker and significance, Hamlet-Act II and III

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Polonius is commenting on what he does best, eavesdrop on people and interpret the whole conversation wrong!Polonius wants to hear Gertrude tell Hamlet what's what. Polonius thinks he deserves to be there because mothers tend to be partial to their sons.