How does Claudius word his speech to the court so as to win approval for his hasty marriage and takeover of the throne?
Claudius wants to try and balance out the sadness with happiness by marrying Gertrude.

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HowdoesClaudiuswordhisspeechtothecourtsoastowinapprovalforhishastymarriageandtakeoverofthethrone?Claudiuswants to try and balance out the sadness and happiness by marrying Gertrude.
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HowdoesClaudiuswordhisspeechtothecourtsoastowinapprovalforhishastymarriageandtakeoverofthethrone?Claudiuswants to try and balance out the sadness with happiness by marrying Gertrude.
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HowdoesClaudiuswordhisspeechtothecourtsoastowinapprovalforhishastymarriageandtakeoverofthethrone? he tries to balance the sadness with happiness.
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3.HowdoesClaudiuswordhisspeechtothecourtsoastowinapprovalforhishastymarriageandtakeoverofthethrone? 4. Why is Laertes, but not Hamlet, permitted to leave Denmark?
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In Act 1 scene 2 of Hamlet, whatdoesKingClaudius… | eNotes
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During KingClaudius’s openingspeechin act 1, scene 2, he explainshisquickmarriagetohiscourtiers and addresseshowhe will handle the situation with Young Fortinbras.
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1aHisspeechestohismother, even by the Elizabethan standard, are exaggerated, gross and insulting….Possibly themarriagein some way satisfied the law. 2 PossiblyClaudiussimply mountedthethrone.
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Hischaracterdoeshowever change and we clearly seehowhisevilness and weakness increases ashisneed to escape discovery andhisclandestine nature indoingso, is revealed….AnaliseClaudius’s OpeningSpeechToTheCourtIn Act One Scene Two.
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Hisspeechconcluded,Claudiusturns to Laertes, the sonoftheLord Chamberlain, Polonius….Anguished, he lamentshisfather’s death andhismother’shastymarriagetohisuncle.
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Claudiusaddresses the Danishcourtand although he claims to be filled with grief because ofhis“dear brother’s death” we immediately feelhishastymarriageto Gertrude “our sometime sister now our queen” is inappropriate.
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Throughouthisspeech,Claudiusis tellingthecourtofthesorrow in losing Hamlet, but in joy inthecourtaccepting themarriageofClaudiusto Queen…
Analysis ofClaudius’Speech, Act I, Scene II essays
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In Act I, Scene II,Claudiusappears to have complete control over Denmark, as evidenced byhisimposingspeechtothecourt…(1.2: 8-14) In this scene,Claudius, who has only recently takenthethroneafter the death ofhisbrother, addresses some pressing issues.
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Hischaracterdoeshowever change and we clearly seehowhisevilness and weakness increases ashisneed to escape discovery andhisclandestine nature indoingso…Like the audienceoftheElizabethan times, Hamlet is also mystified at this “Ohastymarriage.”
Claudiusas a Machiavellian character?
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This essay examineshowClaudius, the King of Denmark fulfills these guidelines….The rationalization ofhisactionstothecourtthrough the pseudo-patriotic rhetoric…However after Claude gainshispower hedoesnotdoa good job of keeping it.
Sc. 2, Lines 1-38: WhydoesClaudiusaddresshis…
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Howdoesthe second partofthespeechdiffer from the first?…In this speexh,Claudiuswishes to convey the impression of a man in mourning, a man in love, and a man capable of rulinghiscountry.

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