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Read the passage from Act V of Hamlet. Hamlet: To what base uses we may return, Horatio! Why may not imagination trace the noble dust of Alexander, till he find it stopping a bung-hole? Horatio: ’Twere to consider too curiously, to consider so. One purpose of Horatio’s line is to further the development of which theme? You can never ask too many questions. Too much questioning is dangerous. It is important to question everything. Be cautious of anyone who questions you.

Theresa Perry

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Theresa Perry on February 28, 2019

In the passage from the Act V Hamlet's purpose of Horace's line, "'Twere to consider too curiously, to consider, of the form" ("If you thought that you'd be thinking too much.") it is more the development of the topic "too much questioning is dangerous." In the next scene in the grave of Ophelia from Hamlet, in the despair of losing Ophelia asks a series of questions with respect to what his mother and uncle to feel and that can be done to Ophelia now, indicating also that he loved her more than anyone. Hamlet's behavior results in his mother saying that he is crazy. In general, asking too many questions that are known to it puts in danger the life of the situation.


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