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What fatherly tone does Polonius convey in his farewell speech to Laertes?
That of a distrustful, suspicious father who questions his son’s character.
That of a cold, detached father who has difficulty expressing emotion.
That of a wise, loving father who trusts his son to live morally and responsibly.
That of a kind but clueless father who does not truly know his own son.
That of a meddlesome father whose hypocrisy prevents his son from taking him seriously.