Hamlet Act 2

out of polonius's meeting with reynaldo, the king's with rosencrantz and guildenstern, and hamlet's with the players grow three similar tasks. How are they parallel? In what ways do they differ? Explore the various ways in which these incidents are presented to the audience.

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They all relate to some sort of manipulation and surveillance. Each meeting is about controlling events in their lives. Polonius differs in that he lives his life like this. He does not trust his son or his daughter. Hamlet is doing this to facilitate his revenge on Claudius.