In Act 3, Scene 2, Hamlet organizes for players to re-enact his father’s murder at the hands of Claudius in order to gauge Claudius’ reaction.
Daisy didn't understand why he didn't return directly and, over time, her interest began to wane until she eventually broke off their relationship.
Moving back to the present, Gatsby and Nick continue their discussion of Daisy and how Gatsby had gone to Louisville to find her upon his return to the United States.
Benvolio explains that he is merely trying to keep the peace, but Tybalt professes a hatred for peace as strong as his hatred for Montagues, and attacks. A group of citizens bearing clubs attempts to restore the peace by beating down the combatants.
Montague and Capulet enter, and only their wives prevent them from attacking one another.
She was on her honeymoon and Gatsby was left with a "melancholy beauty," as well as the idea that if he had only searched harder he would have found her.
The men are finishing breakfast as Gatsby's gardener arrives. You're worth the whole damn bunch put together." For Nick, the day drags on; he feels uneasy, preoccupied with the past day's adventures. He phones Gatsby and, unable to reach him, decides to head home early.
We can see this in the famous “curtain scene” when Hamlet kills Polonius.
Polonius’ daughter, Ophelia, is in love with Hamlet, but their relationship has broken down since Hamlet learned of his father’s death.
Ophelia is instructed by Polonius and Laertes to spurn Hamlet’s advances.
Ultimately, Ophelia commits suicide as a result of Hamlet’s confusing behavior towards her.
The two exchange punning remarks about physically conquering Montague men and sexually conquering Montague women.