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This image looks like king Claudius because he is mean, and unkind. He also didn't like his nephew like Mustafa from the lion king. He also behaves like he is really nice around Hamlet but in real he is actually trapping him in showing his innocence and then killing him.

Claudius is a character from the Timon& Pumbaa TV series who appears in the episode "Rome.

Ophelia. "He affected to treat her with unkindness."

Act III scene Ophelia: My honored lord, you know right well you did.

Want an eyewitness account of Miss Maudie Atkinson’s house fire in To Kill a Mockingbird? This would work. Want someone to report the creepy action of an Edgar Allan Poe story to police? Oh yeah, the authorities will need this form. Want to catalog the atrocities committed in Denmark’s royal palace? The witnesses in Shakespeare’s Hamlet will certainly keep your police officers busy.

Police Report – Fun, Creative Real-World Writing Task to Use with ANY Literature

Police Report on a Pivotal Scene, a Fun Writing Activity Use with ANY Literature - Laura Randazzo

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This image looks like the scene where Hamlet stabs Laertes during the final fight.

This image looks like the scene where Hamlet stabs Laertes during the final fight.

This image represents the murder of king Hamlet by Claudius. While he was sleeping in his orchard he was poisoned by his brother in his ear so that Cludius can take over the kingdom and get rid of him and so that no one would catch him doing that if he murdered king  Hamlet in the orchard when no one was looking.

This image represents the murder of king Hamlet by Claudius. While he was sleeping in his orchard he was poisoned by his brother in his ear so that Cludius can take over the kingdom and get rid of him and so that no one would catch him doing that if he murdered king Hamlet in the orchard when no one was looking.

Eugène Delacroix, 'Mort d’Hamlet (Act. V. Sc. II) (Death of Hamlet), from Shakespeare’s Hamlet' (1843).

Eugène Delacroix, French, Mort d’Hamlet (Act. II) (Death of Hamlet), from Shakespeare’s Hamlet 1843 Lithograph image: x cm x 8 in. stone: 38 x cm x 10 in.) The Arthur Ross Collection

Edwin Austin Abbey Hamlet Play Scene painting for sale, this painting is available as handmade reproduction. Shop for Edwin Austin Abbey Hamlet Play Scene painting and frame at a discount of off.

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