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What does Gertrude’s accidental death reveal about Claudius?
That he regrets having poisoned the cup and openly seeks forgiveness for his misdeeds.
That he is careless and does not carefully consider his plans before enacting them.
That he truly loves Gertrude and cannot stand to see her suffer as a result of his sins.
That he has no regard for Gertrude whatsoever and is unmoved by her death.
That he is committed to seeing his plan through despite the suffering it may cause his beloved.