Identify and explain the quotes (part 1). 1.) Seems, madam! Nay, it is. I know not "seems". (Act 1 scene 2, 76) 2.) How weary, stale, flat, and profitable seem to me all the uses of this world! (Act 1, scene 2, 133-134) 3.) Frailty, thy name is woman! (Act 1 scene 2, 146) 4.) Why, then "tis none to you, for there is nothing either good or ad but thinking makes it so. (act 2, scene 2 ,146) 5). The play's the thing (act 2 scene 2, 633-644) 6). Oh, shame! where is thy blush? (Act 3 scene 4, 82) Sorry for any inconvenience. cuz I have a unit test soon, I want to make sure that I will get all the answers. Thanks

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1) Hamlet to Gertrude. She is chastising him for being seeming too depressed. He *is* depressed.

2) Hamlet's soliloquy. He is disillusioned by all of humanity.

3) Hamlet's soliloquy. Enraged at the betrayal of his mother, Gertrude.

4) Hamlet to Rosencratz and Gildenstern. Your thoughts are what seem real.

5) Hamlet's soliloquy. How he will "catch" his mother and Claudius and get them to reveal their treachery.

6) Hamlet to Gertrude. Chastising her for her betrayal and lack of remorse.

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