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Polonius is a character in William Shakespeare 's Hamlet . He is chief counsellor of the king, and the father of Laertes and Ophelia . Generally regarded as wrong in every judgment he makes over the course of the play, [1] Polonius is described by William Hazlitt as a "sincere" father, but also "a busy-body, [who] is accordingly officious, garrulous, and impertinent". [2] In Act II Hamlet refers to Polonius as a "tedious old fool" [3] and taunts him as a latter day " Jeptha ". [4]

Polonius connives with Claudius to spy on Hamlet. Hamlet unknowingly kills Polonius, provoking Ophelia's fit of madness, ultimately resulting in her early death and the climax of the play: a duel between Laertes and Hamlet.

Father of Ophelia and Laertes , and counselor to King Claudius , he is described as a windbag by some and a rambler of wisdom by others. It has also been suggested that he only acts like a "foolish prating knave" to keep his position and popularity safe and to keep anyone from discovering his plots for social advancement. It is important to note that throughout the play, Polonius is characterised as a typical Renaissance "new man", who pays much attention to appearances and ceremonious behaviour. Some adaptations show him conspiring with Claudius in the murder of King Hamlet .

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Polonius is a character in William Shakespeare 's Hamlet . He is chief counsellor of the king, and the father of Laertes and Ophelia . Generally regarded as wrong in every judgment he makes over the course of the play, [1] Polonius is described by William Hazlitt as a "sincere" father, but also "a busy-body, [who] is accordingly officious, garrulous, and impertinent". [2] In Act II Hamlet refers to Polonius as a "tedious old fool" [3] and taunts him as a latter day " Jeptha ". [4]

Polonius connives with Claudius to spy on Hamlet. Hamlet unknowingly kills Polonius, provoking Ophelia's fit of madness, ultimately resulting in her early death and the climax of the play: a duel between Laertes and Hamlet.

Father of Ophelia and Laertes , and counselor to King Claudius , he is described as a windbag by some and a rambler of wisdom by others. It has also been suggested that he only acts like a "foolish prating knave" to keep his position and popularity safe and to keep anyone from discovering his plots for social advancement. It is important to note that throughout the play, Polonius is characterised as a typical Renaissance "new man", who pays much attention to appearances and ceremonious behaviour. Some adaptations show him conspiring with Claudius in the murder of King Hamlet .

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James Doohan was born on March 3, 1920 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as James Montgomery Doohan. He is known for his work on Star Trek (1966), Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) and Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982). He was married to Wende Doohan , Anita Yagel and Janet Young. He died on July 20, 2005 in Redmond, Washington, USA.

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