Hamlet clearly apologizes to Laertes in Act V, Scene II. How does Laertes respond? Given what we know about the plans of Laertes and Claudius, how do you take Laertes' promise? Can we say he has any honor at all? Has he followed his father's precept in Act I, Scene III?
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....But in my terms of my honorI stand aloof, and will no reconcilementTill by some elder masters, of known honor,I have a voice and precedent of peaceTo keep my name ungored (5.2.232-236)
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