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Gertrude tells Claudius about the death of Polonius and the King directs Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to recover the counselors corpse The two students confront Hamlet who mocks them refuses to tell them where the body is hidden but then agrees to see the King At court Claudius tells his noblemen that Hamlet has become a threat to the kingdom yet he fears to act directly against him because of the Princes popularity Instead Claudius tells his liegemen that he will exile Hamlet to England Now in custody Hamlet is informed of his mission to England When all save Claudius have left the stage Claudius confides that he is sending sealed letters to the King of England asking that monarch to kill Hamlet On a field in Denmark Hamlet and his friends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern come across a captain from an army led by the Norwegian prince Fortinbras They learn that this armed force is on its way to war with Poland over a small plot of land Hamlet derides himself for being unable to kill Claudius while the men of Fortinbrass army die for a far less justifiable cause Gertrude is informed that Ophelia has gone insane Ophelia enters and her behavior attests to this news as she sings a morbid distracted song about a dead lover A messenger arrives and tells the King and Queen that Laertes angered at news of his fathers death has returned from France and is now at the castle gates with a large army demanding an explanation of Poloniuss death Claudius enlists the irate Laertes in a plot to kill Hamlet Horatio receives a letter from Hamlet which tells of the Princes being captured by pirates who have agreed to release him while Rosencrantz and Guildenstern continue on to England Claudius and Laertes conspire to kill Hamlet during a sporting duel using a sharpened and
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