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At the end of Act II, Scene ii, after conversing with the actors about their performance the following night, Hamlet keeps one back and makes what request of him?
He asks the actor to reenact the murder of King Hamlet as a variation on The Murder of Gonzago.
He asks the actor to toss him his sword in the midst of the action so that Hamlet can surprise Claudius with a dramatic act of revenge.
He asks the actor if he will insert some extra lines he (Hamlet) has prepared for the performance.
He asks the actor to behave disrespectfully toward Polonius because he (Polonius) is a meddlesome and tiresome person.
He asks the actor to perform the play melodramatically and overdo the performance.