Now, mother, what’s the matter?

The tricky thing at the top of this scene is to have Hamlet’s behavior somehow work Gertrude up into such a state that she fears for her life and calls for help. Does that begin here or is this line a simple, if mildly frustrated, “What’s up, Mom? Why you calling me so hard?”

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