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Transcript of Hamlet
By: Jessica Mancera
October 12, 1612, 3:00am
King Hamlet is killed by having a liquid poison being poured into his ear.
December 11, 1612,12:00am
December 12, 1612, 5:00pm
December 13,1612, 3:00pm
Queen Gertrude and King Claudius decide to send Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, Hamlet's childhood friends, to check up on his health and behavior since he trusts them.
December 13,1612, 5:00pm
The King decides to allow Fortinbras to have safe passage through Denmark to attack Polland in exchange for Fortinbras's word that they will not attack Denmark.
Hamlet is obviously being sarcastic with Polonious and then is visited by Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.
December 13, 1612, 8:00pm
Hamlet decides to manipulate the scenes of a plan to resemble King Hamlet's death in order to catch King Claudius's reaction.
December 14, 1612,12:00pm
Hamlet contemplates about whether or not he wants to commit suicide.
Hamlet tells Ophelia that he loved her once and never again.
December 14,1612, 8:00pm
Hamlet tells Horatio about his manipulation to the play and tells him to look out for the King's reaction.
December 14,1612, 10:00pm
The play that Hamlet has manipulated takes place and the King is uncomfortable at the conent of the play.
December 15, 1612, 6:00am
Hoping it was Claudius, Hamlet stabs and kills Polonius while having a conversation with his mother.
December 15,1612, 8:00am
King sends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to find out where Hamlet is hiding Polonius's dead body.
King sends Hamlet to England once he figures out where left the body and has Rosencrantz and Guildenstern escort him.
Ophelis has gone insane and is grieving for the passing of her father by singing that she will never see him again.
Laertes comes back from France and Claudius tells him about Polonius and how he died.
December 19,1612, 2:30pm
Hamlet tells Horatio in a letter that he is returning back from England after boarding on a ship with pirates
December 19,1612, 3:00pm
Queen Gertrude tells Laertes and Claudius that Ophelia has drowned.
December 20, 1612,5:00pm
The First Clown and Second Clown discuss whether or not Ophelia's death was a suicide attempt.
Bernardo, Marcellus, and Horatio see the ghost while they are on guard, however, the ghost does not want to speak to them, so they decide to tell Hamlet.
As Laertes leaves to France, he gives Ophelia advice about not falling for Hamlet's love; Polonius offers her the same advice after.
King Hamlet's ghost tells his son,Hamlet, how the new King Claudius murdered him.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern return with information that Hamlet is very focused on this play and King Claudius and Queen Gertrude decide to attend.
December 20, 1612,7:30pm
Hamlet argues with the first clown over who the burial site is for, but does not get a clear answer.
Hamlet finds out the burial is for Ophelia and he and Laertes have an arguement inside Ophelia's grave
Hamlet sends Rosencrantz and Hildenstern with a message, along with approval for their own execution.
Osric tells King Claudius that he wants to have a duel with Laertes.
December 22, 1612
Queen Gertrude drinks from the poisoned cup even though King Claudius tells her not to.
Laertes and Hamlet stab eachother with the poisoned sword; The Queen dies.
December 22, 1612
Hamlet runs and stabs King Claudius with the sword; Laertes dies.
Hamlet tells Horatio to crown Fortinbras as the new King of Denmark; Claudius dies.
December 22, 1612
December 20,1612, 7:00pm
Hamlet comes across the skull of Yorick, King Hamlet's jester.
""But two months dead-nay,not so much,not two" (1.2.138).
"Let us impart what we have seen tonight/Unto young Hamlet" (1.1.169-170).
"Set your entreatments at a higher rate/ Than a command to parley"(1.3123).
"The serpent that did sting thy father's life/NOw wears his crown" (1.4.138-139).
"So by your companies/To draw him on to pleasures, and to gather/So much as from occasion you may glean"(2.1.14-16).
"Recieves rebuke from Norway, and, in fine,/ Makes a vow before his uncle/ To give assay of arms against your Majesty" (2.2.69-71).
"You were sent for, and there is a kind of confession in your looks, which modesties have not craft enough to color" (2.2.87-89).
"The play's the thing/ Wherein I'll catch the conscience of the King"(2.2.623).
"It fell so out that certain player we o'verraught in the way. Of these we told him a kind of joy to hear of it" (3.1.16-18).
"To be, or not to be, that is the question" (3.1.56).
"There was sometme a paradox, but now the time gives it proof. I did love you once"(3.1.114-115).
"One scene of it comes near the circumstae,/Which I have told thee, of my father's death" (3.1.81-82).
"Give me some light! Away" (3.2.282)!
"Thou wretched, rash, intruding fool, farewell! I took thee for thy better" (3.3.32-33).
"Go seek him out; speak fair, and bring the body into the chapel" (4.1.36-37).
"The bark is ready and the wind at help, the associates tend, and everything is bent for England" (4.2.44-46).
"He is dead and gone, lady, he is dead and gone" (4.5.29).
"How came he dead? I'll not be juggled with: To hell, allegiance"(4.5.130-131)!
"Finding ourselves too slow of sail, we put on compelled valor and in a grapple I boarded with them" (4.6.17-19).
"There, on the pendent boughs her coronet weeds clamb'ring to hang, ab envious silver broke" (4.7.173-174).
"It is to act,to do,to perform, argal, she drowned herself wittingly" (5.1.13-14).
"This same skull,sir,was Yorick's skull, the King's jester" (5.1.189-191).
"One that was a woman, sir; but,rest her soul, she's dead" (5.1.
"What is he whose grief bears such an emphasis"(5.1.268-269).
"I will win him if I can; if not I will gain nothing but my shame and the odd hits" (5.2.180-181).
"It is the poisoned cup; it is too late" (5.2.297).
"They bleed on both sides. How is it, my lord" (5.2.309)?
""O,yet defend me, friends! I am but hurt" (5.2.329).
"But I do prophesy the election lights on Fortinbras. He has my dying voice"(5.2.360-361).
"Good night sweet Prince, and flighs f angels sting thee to thy rest" (5.2.364-365).