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A castle in Denmark

  1. Who provided the basic story for the play?

a. Raphael Holinshed b. Thomas Kyd c. Saxo-Grammaticus

  1. Where is the play mainly set?

a. a castle in Denmark b. a boat to England c. a graveyard d. battlements

  1. One theme of the play is sin and redemption. Explain.
  2. Hamlet remarks ‘Frailty, thy name is woman’ (1.2.146). What is he talking about? Why does he apply this to Gertrude?
  3. Some critics say that Hamlet’s grief over his father’s death is ‘in excess of the facts’. Do you agree? Why/why not?
  4. What is the purpose of The Mousetrap for Hamlet? (2 answers)

a. to trap Claudius b. to showcase Hamlet’s writing talents c. to confirm the ghost’s claim d. light relief e. mise-en-abyme

  1. What do ghosts mean to Elizabethans? How does Shakespeare use the Ghost in Hamlet?
  2. Hamlet seeks revenge for his father’s death. So do Laertes and Fortinbras. Who is the fourth character who seeks revenge?
  3. ‘Thus conscience does make cowards of us all’ (3. 1. 83). What does Hamlet mean by this?
  4. Imagine you are Polonius. Advise your sister, who is about to enter GUST. Use his ideas from 1. 3. 58-80, translated into modern English.
  5. Ophelia says ‘you must wear your rue with a difference’ (4. 5. 179). What might she mean?
  6. Did Gertrude know about King Hamlet’s murder? Why/why not?
  7. Why does Hamlet fight with Laertes over Ophelia’s grave (5. 1. 225)?
  8. Which of these is not an old friend of Hamlet’s?

a. Horatio b. Rosencrantz c. Guildernstern d. Fortinbras

  1. Hamlet says he knows ‘a hawk from a handsaw’ (2. 2. 348). Does he? Give reasons for your answer.
  2. ‘There is a divinity that shapes our ends, Rough-hew them how we will’ (10-11. 5.2). True for Hamlet, or not?

Sample Solution

from SCRUM perspective means an iterative and incremental approach to optimize predictability and control risk” (Tomanek and Juricek, 2012:385) By using Agile, risk is minimized as there are short iterations and clearly defined deliverables (Azanha et al., 2017) This is seen as the solution to going over budgets, missing deadlines, and low-quality outputs in projects. An example of this comes from a study administered by Augustine et al. (2005) showcased a project failing and behind schedule using traditional PM methodology such as Prince2. Called in to recover the project, Augustine and Payne used Agile to rescue and sustain the project. As a result, the project was completed within 5 months, within the timeframe and budget and with increased customer satisfaction and business value. Communication with Stakeholders Unlike traditional methodologies which use extensive documentation, to develop the project Agile offers direct communication with stakeholders (Azanha et al., 2017) Agile decreases waste deeply rooted in redundant project meetings as well as repetitive planning and excessive documentation (Rigby, Sutherland and Takeuchi, 2016) The underpinned principles of Agile project management gives more authority to project team members as Agile encourages self-managing teams (Mahalakshmi and Sundararajan, 2013; Agile practice guide, 2017) The involvement and commitment from the project team leads to an increase in motivated (Azanha et al., 2017) However, this could also viewed as a weakness. As in Agile approaches such as SCRUM, the dedication from team members is important and team work is deeply essential. Agile Alliance (2001) state that for a flat and autonomous management structure agile project management teams should contain more individuals. Due to this, if there’s a lack of cooperation, the project will face failure (Mahalakshmi and Sundararajan, 2013) Despite these strengths, Agile mustn’t be used for all projects as it is most suitable for projects that are dynamic with complex problems and unclear solutions (Rigby, Sutherland and Takeuchi, 2016) Understanding the depth of the project before deciding on the project management methodology used is important (Priyanka, 2016) The projects have uncertainty and constant change as traditional methods such as Prince2 don’t have the flexibility to adapt to change within the project (Azanha et al., 2017; Rigby, Sutherland and Noble, 2018)
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