Late one evening Hamlet’s mother had sent him to the store to get a loaf of bread for dinner. Hamlet felt hesitant at first because he had not seen his father at all that day and wanted to wait for him to come home first. Hamlet’s mother told him that his father had been working late and won’t be home until after dinner. So Hamlet went to the store and when he came back something was different Hamlet’s mother was on the back doorstep crying her eyes out. Hamlet went to check on her to find out what was going on and she told him that his father had been killed by an unknown killer outside if his work. Hamlet was horrified at the news and ran straight to his bedroom and stayed in there until the next morning.
The next morning Hamlet’s mother cooked him breakfast, she seemed to be in an oddly good mood considering her husband just died. Hamlet stayed home from school...
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...ot hit by a pickup truck driving by that didn’t see her. Laertes left his house in the middle of the night as soon as he noticed that Ophelia was gone but he was too late and found her body in the middle of the street. Laertes was devastated and blamed Hamlet for this because it was partially his fault she was mad. In the middle of the night Laertes woke up Claudius and told him that it was time. So Claudius went into Hamlet’s bedroom and dropped poison into the cup of water that Hamlet keeps beside his bed.
The next morning Hamlet’s mother called him multiple times to come down and eat before school but he did not answer so she walked up to his room and found him with the empty water glass on the ground and him lying dead in his bed. After Gertrude found him she walked down to the kitchen and asked Claudius why he did it so soon, and that she wanted to be there.
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