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How does Hamlet feel about Rosencrantz and Guildenstern at the end of Act III?
He recognizes them to be true friends and appreciates their camaraderie.
He does not trust them and resents their continued presence in his life.
He feels sorry for them that Claudius and Gertrude have involved him in their concerns.
He wishes them well, but views their presence in his life as untenable.
He respects them and hopes to grow closer to them as they travel together to England.