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What is Hamlet’s mood immediately prior to and during the play?
He is extremely irritable and hyper-focused on the performance.
He is droll and passionless, showing little interest in how the play unfolds.
He is melancholy, severe, and humorless.
He is jocular, playful, and sarcastic.
He is angry and caustic, eager to insult anyone in his midst.