Reread Polonius's "farewell speech" to Laertes in Act I, Scene iii of Hamlet and then interpret, thought by thought, this "fatherly advice" to a son returning to college. You need not write a ...
... paragraph; instead, use complete sentences to make a numbered list of your interpretation of each thought as it occurs in the text. There are eleven proverb-like thoughts in this speech.
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