| Quote #4
GUIL: We have been briefed. Hamlet's transformation. What do you recollect?
Does the fact that Ros imps Claudius's language suggest that Claudius's speech is determining the way that he is thinking? Does it suggest that he's totally under Claudius's sway?
| Quote #5
GUIL: Exactly, it's a matter of asking the right questions and giving away as little as we can. It's a game. (1.337)
Does the fact that Guil looks at the upcoming encounter with Hamlet keep him from noticing that he is attempting to manipulate his friend into telling him what he wants?
| Quote #6
HAMLET: My uncle-father and aunt-mother are deceived?
Is it possible that by feigning madness to control the people around him, Hamlet could become captive to his fake insanity – forced to act as if he were insane?