Hamlet

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Hamlet

In Oregon, a political subdivision equivalent to a rural village. While hamlets are organized, they do not have the ability to tax and do not provide utilities.
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Q1 tends to confirm this, for in the first quarto the altercation is made after the commencement of the Murder of Gonzago and Ophelia is made to object directly to Hamlet's lewdness at this point:
Claudius does not respond to the dumb show, for whatever reason, but his reaction to The Murder of Gonzago is understandable if we recall, as Francis Fergusson has pointed out, that Hamlet identifies Lucianus not as brother but as nephew to the king.
The grays of the players' costumes upon their arrival--connoting, for this viewer, a moral middle ground between the extremes of Elsinore--gave way to blood-red costumes for The Murder of Gonzago.