Young Hamlet is very well-liked.
She feels that Hamlet should be happy for her and Claudius.Emily Bond
I'd conclude, rather, that in the first run of Shakespeare's"Hamlet", Polonius and Reynaldo were named Corambis and Montano, andthat Shakespeare changed their names for some reason."Der Bestrafte Brudermord" has some other points of agreement withQ1 against Q2, but even more with Q2 against Q1.
Hamlet replied he's not acting, justshowing how he really feels.
In Q1 (recalled by the actor either from theearlier play, or from what a good-guy hero mightbe expected to say), Hamlet's last words were,"Heaven receive my soul." Instead, Shakespeare's Hamlet speaks cryptic last words:"The rest is silence."
Almost all readers and viewers come away from "Hamlet" likingthe prince very much.
Hamlet realizes right away that they have been sent for.
Of course this doesn'trepresent how Hamlet thinks about Claudius (who he detestsfor lots of reasons), and it's hard to explain what this is doingin the play -- apart from the fact that it's very true-to-life.
Hamlet then questions the menagain about the purpose of their visit.
He asks why it has returned, making us thinkabout the unthinkable and unknown ("so horridly to shakeour disposition / with thoughts beyondthe reaches of our souls").The ghost beckons Hamlet.
Hamlet fakes madness for Polonius's benefit.
(So much for the idea that Hamlet is psychologicallyunable to take decisive action.) Hamlet says, "My fate criesout", i.e., that he's going to his destiny.
Hamlet says, "[Treat them] better.
Contemporary readers who are puzzled by thisshould remember that inHamlet's era (and Shakespeare's), a father wouldprobably get less money from his futureson-in-law if his daughter was not a virgin.