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Claudius Critics

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Jordan Mercer

on 16 April 2010

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Transcript of Claudius Critics

CLAUDIUS CRITICS Insecure Self Serving Man "The king will do almost anything to protect the throne, in spite of knowing that he did not rightfully earn it. He resorts to underhanded tactics such as spying , manipulation, and deceit in order to overcome whatever he perceives as a threat to his supreme position." The End
Thank you Cautious and Suspicious Cautious and Suspicious "Claudius has Rosencratz and Gildenstern and Hamlet's love interest Ophelia spying home Hamlet for him since he says, the great ones must be watched...The King Claudius has Hamlet deported to England to be killed when he fears he has become a threat." MANIUPLIATIVE ACT 4, SC. 5; Lines 215-16 " A where your offense is, let the great axe full. I pray you; go with me."

King says to Laertes persuading him to kill Hamlet Act IV Scene 2 Line 45 "My soul is full of discord and dismay."

Claudius is afraid of what's going to happen.
He know's he's planning something bad. INSECURE
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