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“The Effect of This Good Lesson Keep”. The Second Family—Meet Laertes , Ophelia, and Polonius. Improvisation. You have 15 minutes to create and present a contemporary version of 1.3. Family Relationships. In your log (refer to lines to support your ideas):

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the effect of this good lesson keep
“The Effect of This Good Lesson Keep”

The Second Family—Meet Laertes, Ophelia, and Polonius

improvisation
Improvisation

You have 15minutes to create and present a contemporary version of 1.3

family relationships
Family Relationships

In your log (refer to lines to support your ideas):

  • Describe the family relationships:
    • Laertes and Ophelia
    • Polonius and Laertes
    • Polonius and Ophelia
  • What does each of these people want?
  • How do they treat each other?
  • How is this family similar to or different from the Claudius/Gertrude/Hamlet family?
    • The Old Hamlet/Gertrude/Hamlet family?
polonius s language clues
Polonius’s Language Clues

“Give thy thoughts no tongue” (1.3.65)– Analyze this speech by focusing on Polonius’s language (cite line numbers):

  • Look at “but” constructions— “Be thou familiar, but by no means vulgar,” (1.3.67) for example. What is their effect?
  • What can we infer about Polonius from his choice of words?
    • What do Polonius’ words reveal about his beliefs, philosophy, and values?
homework
Homework

Read and log 1.4 and 1.5