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William Shakespeare - Hamlet (English)

William Shakespeare - Hamlet (English)

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 By William Shakespeare
H
AMLET
V
OLUME
IV B
OOK
III
 
 Dramatis Personae
C
LAUDIUS
king of Denmark. (KING CLAUDIUS)
H
AMLET
son to the late, and nephew to the present king.
P
OLONIUS
lord chamberlain. (LORD POLONIUS)
H
ORATIO
friend to Hamlet.
L
AETES
son to Polonius.
L
UCIANUS
nephew to the king. A
 
Gentleman. (GENTLEMAN) A Priest. (FIRST PRIEST)
V
OLTIMAND
courtiers.
C
ORNELIUS
R
OSENCRANTZ
G
UILDENSTERN
O
SRIC
M
ARCELLUS
officers.
B
ERNARDO
F
RANCISCO
a soldier.
R
EYNALDO
servant to Polonius.Players.(FIRST PLAYER), (PLAYER KING),(PLAYER QUEEN)Two Clowns, grave-diggers.(FIRST CLOWN), (SECOND CLOWN)
F
ORTINBRAS
 prince of Norway.(PRINCE FORTINBRAS) A Captain. English Ambassadors. (FIRST AMBASSADOR)
G
ERTRUDE
queen of Denmark, and mother to Hamlet.(QUEEN GERTRUDE)
O
PHELIA
daughter to Polonius. Lords, Ladies, Officers, Soldiers, Sailors, Messengers, and other Attendants.(LORD), (FIRST SAILOR), (MESSENGER)Ghost of Hamlet’s Father. (GHOST 
)
S
CENE
Denmark.
 
Volume III Book III 
 
5
 Hamlet 
ACT I
SCENE I
 Elsinore. A platform before the castle.[FRANCISCO at his post. Enter tohim BERNARDO]
 BERNARDO
Who’s there?
FRANCISCO
Nay, answer me: stand, andunfold yourself.
 BERNARDO
Long live the king!
FRANCISCO
Bernardo?
 BERNARDO
He.
FRANCISCO
You come most carefully upon your hour.
 BERNARDO
Tis now struck twelve; get thee tobed, Francisco.
FRANCISCO
For this relief much thanks: ’tis bitter cold,And I am sick at heart.
 BERNARDO
Have you had quiet guard?
FRANCISCO
Not a mouse stirring.
 BERNARDO
Well, good night.If you do meet Horatio and Marcellus,The rivals of my watch, bid them make haste.
FRANCISCO
I think I hear them. Stand, ho!Who’s there?
[Enter HORATIO and MARCELLUS]
 HORATIO
Friends to this ground.
 MARCELLUS
And liegemen to the Dane.
FRANCISCO
Give you good night.
 MARCELLUS
O, farewell, honest soldier:Who hath relieved you?
FRANCISCO
Bernardo has my place.Give you good night.
[Exit]
 MARCELLUS
Holla! Bernardo!
 BERNARDO
Say,What, is Horatio there?
 HORATIO
A piece of him.
 BERNARDO
Welcome, Horatio: welcome,good Marcellus.
 MARCELLUS
What, has this thing appear’dagain to-night?
 BERNARDO
I have seen nothing.
 MARCELLUS
Horatio says ’tis but our fantasy,And will not let belief take hold of himTouching this dreaded sight, twice seen of us:Therefore I have entreated him alongWith us to watch the minutes of this night;That if again this apparition come,He may approve our eyes and speak to it.
 HORATIO
Tush, tush, ’twill not appear.
 BERNARDO
Sit down awhile;And let us once again assail your ears,

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