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|GR: a shot at it.
Written by Jezkalyn
(5/21/2003 2:06 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, GR: In what way?, penned by Cheryl
Lord Hamlet, with his doublet all unbraced;
He was very much in his right mind at the end of the previous scene pledging friendship to Horatio and Marcellus. I think, after he sees his fathers ghost, he is consumed with the idea of revenge for his father, and "dresses himself up" to look mad and intentionally appears before her as such. I put it to you that perhaps he wants everyone to think that he is merely lovesick as a cloak for his true intention: finding proof of his fathers murder and revenging it.
Somtime I feel as if I go on and on and make no sense at all. :-)Just call me Polonius...!
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