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What does Hamlet’s act of subterfuge against Claudius, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern suggest about his development as a character?
That he has developed a more heightened and sophisticated sense of justice.
That he has become hard-edged and unfeeling and lacks the sensitivity he once possessed.
That he has returned to thoughtfulness and careful contemplation after a recent fallow period.
That he has reverted back to the callousness and chicanery of his storied youth.
That has grown increasingly obsessed with propriety and maintaining a strong social order.