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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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  1. anonymous
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    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.

  2. Llort
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    no, a soliloquies is an inner monologue. In modern day film, it would be done as a voiceover.

  3. anonymous
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    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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