How does Claudius show himself to be a man of action at the beginning of Act III, Scene 3 of Shakespeare's Hamlet?
At the beginning of this scene, Claudius is speaking with Guildenstern and Rosencrantz. He tells them that he does not like Hamlet, and that he believes it unwise to have him around, free to cause trouble, as he has just done with the play. So he dispatches the two men to England with Hamlet , and a set of sealed orders. As he says when they...
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