Why Should Every Student Learn from Sententious Polonious? Act I, Sc III, Hamlet

Why Should Every Student Learn from Sententious Polonious?
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Sub Topics: Polonius’ famous advice to his son, Laertes in Act I, Sc III, Hamlet

Key Words: advice, Hamlet, The characters of Polonius, a young man worldly wise, Ophelia


Polonius’ famous advice to his son, Laertes is given in Act I, Sc III of Hamlet. In this scene, we are able to get a glimpse, and a very important glimpse, of the Polonius household. The characters of Polonius, the head of the family and his son, Laertes, and daughter, Ophelia, are sketched here in outline.
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