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Laertes Warns Ophelia

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In Act I, Scene iii, what primary fear does Laertes express to Ophelia in his speech to her about her relationship with Hamlet?

A

That she will lose her chastity to him and will ultimately lose her honor.

B

That her feelings will be unrequited and she will ultimately get hurt.

C

That Hamlet will want to marry her soon, and she is too young for marriage.

D

That her relationship with Hamlet could jeopardize his future in the kingdom if it falls apart.

E

That her relationship with Hamlet will anger Polonius.