Who says O my offense is rank it smells to heaven?
What analogy does Claudius use to describe the guilt he feels over murdering his brother?
What did Claudius say?
Do same villains send to heaven?
Who said O my Offence is rank it smells to heaven it hath the primal eldest curse upon t a brother’s murder Pray can I not Though inclination be as sharp as will?
What are the two main things that Claudius explains in his monologue?
How did Claudius say the King died?
What are the three reasons Claudius give for murdering the king?
Which statement best describes how this plot event shapes Claudius?
What is Claudius motive?
What do Claudius’s speech in Scene 2 suggest about his character?
in scene 2, Claudius urges Hamlet to stay at court instead of returning to Wittenburg. … However, Hamlet says he is “no more like my father/than I to Hercules” (lines 152-153). the contrast suggest that the onward appearance may mask inner corruption.