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Power Vs. Happeness in Hamlet
Power Vs Happiness
Claudius what are your motives for killing the king, marrying his wife and taking on the
role of father to his young son?
Claudius is introduced in act I, ii. In this scene he has an important speech. In this
speech he talks about the death of the king, his marriage to the queen and the foreign problems
of the state. He utilizes many transitions and tends to empiseze the foreign affairs of the state. I
don't know what to make of this, it could mean various things. It could mean that Claudius is
making a grab for power shown in his concentration on the foreign polices t…
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