In Hamlet, what did Hamlet do in Act 2 to scare Ophelia?
After Polonius has instructed Reynaldo on how he should spy on his son, Laertes, Ophelia comes rushing in to see him in Act II scene 1. She is clearly distraught and rather upset about what she has just seen, and as she tells her father (and the audience), Hamlet is the source of her discomfort. Note what she says about what he did:
My lord, as I was sewing in my chamber,
Lord Hamlet , with his doublet all...
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