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What character traits of Claudius’s are reinforced through his interaction with Laertes in Act IV, Scene vii?
That he is magnanimous, kindly, and thoughtful.
That he is cold, cruel, and merciless.
That he is reckless, injudicious, and emotional.
That he is calculating, manipulative, and self-serving.
That he is oblivious, weak, and insensible.