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What does Shakespeare imply about Polonius by having him ask Reynaldo to dig up information on Laertes’s activities in Paris?
That Polonius is prying and meddlesome, and does not trust his own son.
That Polonius is a trusting parent who believes Laertes has taken his advice to heart.
That Polonius is genuinely concerned about his son’s character and well-being.
That Polonius is envious of Laertes’s carefree life in Paris.
That Polonius worries about his son’s sullied reputation and seeks to improve it.