Gertrude and Claudius - Part 2 Section 2 (page 93 to 128) Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 Section 2 (page 93 to 128) Summary

Geruthe summons Corambis on a day when the King is away. She confides that Elsinore's walls press in on her. She needs a place to be alone. Does he, perhaps, know of any place that she could make her own a few afternoons a week? It must be someplace in nature, where she can take the exercise that he once recommended to her. Someplace within a half hour's ride of the castle. He resists understanding her. She says that she knows that he has a hunting lodge. He must be persuaded to offer it to her, and he is. He will tell the caretakers to expect her. He does not wish to keep a secret from the King, however, as it would be treason. Geruthe assures him that this is a domestic arrangement only. She will go...

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