• anonymous
lit1friend: did Hamlet know anyone had listened to his speech to Ophelia following his to be or not to be soliloquie?
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  • anonymous
soliloquy |səˈliləkwē| noun ( pl. -quies) an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or regardless of any hearers, esp. by a character in a play. • a part of a play involving such an act.
  • Llort
no, a soliloquies is an inner monologue. In modern day film, it would be done as a voiceover.
  • anonymous
No, Claudius and Polonius eavesdrop on him. They sent Ophelia to talk to him and he started ranting at her. One of the things he tells her to do go to a nunnery.

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