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|GR: About Claudius and eavesdropping
Written by Laraine
(5/27/2003 8:48 p.m.)
But I just noticed last week that in the two "big" eavesdropping scenes (the ones where Claudius and Polonius listen to Ophelia and Hamlet's "nunnery" scene, and the one in Gertrude's closet when Polonius is killed), it is Polonius, and not Claudius, who makes the suggestion that they participate in trying to overhear the truth.
I wonder what that's supposed to say? Anything?
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