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Hamlet: Act V

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Ivy Poon

on 21 November 2013

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Hamlet: Act V
Summary of Act V
Scene 1
What symbols are seen in this act?
How does Hamlet's realization about death in Scene 1 foreshadow his future actions?
Did Hamlet's actions in Scene 1 change your opinion on his feelings for Ophelia?
Were the deaths of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern justified?
Do you agree with Fortinbras' opinion that Hamlet would have been a good ruler?
By Caroline Feehan,
Ivy Poon,
and Lila Seeman
Scene 2
What is the significance of the clown?
How does it compare to his previous contemplations on death?
Page 126, line 209, "No faith..."
Question 2
Question 1
Question 3
Question 4
Question 5
How important is loyalty in the play?
Question 6
Why or why not?
Did the characters that died in the final battle deserve their fate
Essential Question
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