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What do Laertes’s final words reveal about him?
That he is bitter and spiteful until the very end, using his last words to curse Hamlet.
That he is a cunning schemer who has double-crossed Claudius.
That he is a noble soul who realizes that Claudius has exploited him in his grief.
That he is a dim-witted follower who remains oblivious to Claudius’s exploitation of him.
That he is a good-natured person not truly capable of committing acts of violence.