What are the contents of Hamlet’s letter to Horatio in Act IV, Scene vi?
He tells Horatio that pirates attacked his ship, killed Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, and now require a ransom from the king to secure his return.
He tells Horatio that he conspired to have pirates attack his ship in order to prevent his voyage to England, and that these pirates have returned him to Denmark.
He tells Horatio that pirates attacked his ship and made him their sole prisoner, and that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are continuing their voyage to England.
He tells Horatio that pirates attacked his ship and took Rosencrantz and Guildenstern as prisoners, and that he means to rescue them.
He tells Horatio that he fought off an attempt by pirates to seize his ship, and that he has returned to Denmark to share his riveting tale.