act 1 scene 2

what four issues does claudius deal with and what is he trying to prove to the court?

how does claudius justify his hasty marriage to gertrude?

according to hamlet what aspects of mourning may often belong to th world of seems, but what part of him is truly grieving? how do we know from this scene that hamlet is truly grieving? what upsets him about his mother?

what does hamlet suspect when he hears of his fathers ghost?



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2)  Claudius' marriage to Gertrude is pretty much justified as "life goes on." 

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