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Shakespeare play modernization: Act 3 Scene 3 King Claudius = KC = Dan Guildenstern = GU = Rosencrantz = RO =

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Shakespeare play modernization: Act 3 Scene 3 King Claudius = KC = Dan Guildenstern = GU = Rosencrantz = RO = Hamlet = HA = Polonius = PS = Enter King, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.\ KC: I don't care much for the way Hamlet is acting. I am worried and I must control him, I cannot let him behave any way he wants to. I think he is going out of control and I need to be prepared for it. I'm sending you two to England and I want Hamlet to go with you. GU: It shall be done my lord. We will protect you with our lives as you have protected your people so well and devoted. ...read more.

Middle

I think that a mother doing the spying will not be reliable because she will be in favor for Hamlet. I will report what I have found out to you my lord. KC: ok. Exit Polonius KC: Damn, my crime reeks of sin all the way to heaven. A brother's murder or any murder is dark in the lord almighty eyes. I wish I could pray, I want to really bad. My guilt was not worth what I did, I wanted two things but I had to do something bad to get them. So what if I have committed a sin? Heaven will just forgive me. God loves us all and he is merciful, what is there to worry about? ...read more.

Conclusion

I will do it now. Draws his sword HA: He will go to heaven if I kill him when he is praying. What kind of sweet revenge is that?! A villain kills my dad and I repay him by sending him tot heaven? He killed my father before he could repent for his sin and therefore leaving my father to suffer in eternity. Is it really revenge if I kill him right now? NO! I will wait for a better chance. I will kill him when he is committing a sin and there will be a straight trip to hell. His praying is only going to buy him a little time. I will soon get him. Exit Hamlet KC: My words are said but I don't truly mean what I say. God will never hear me or forgive me. Exit Claudius End of Act 3 scene 3 ...read more.

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