Today we are doing the fishbowl on act 2
Some questions to think about:
-What does Shakespeare think about fathers in general? Look at the father child relationships throughout the book, ex. Polonius protecting his image by checking in with Laertes to make sure he's staying out of trouble.
-Who can Hamlet trust/ rely on? Or is he currently on his own?
-What about the theater troupe does Hamlet find so interesting? Why is it significant?
-What gave Hamlet the idea to test Claudius though the acting troupe? Are there any flaws in his plan?
-If Claudius is found not guilty, what problems would Hamlet face? (Keep in mind that he has convinced people that he's crazy, etc.)