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At the end of Act IV, Scene v, as a means of calming Laertes’s rage, Claudius assures him that “where the offence is let the great axe fall.”
Which action is Claudius least likely foreshadowing with these words?
Claudius confessing to the murder of King Hamlet.
Claudius orchestrating the murder of Hamlet.
Fortinbras reclaiming what was lost to his father.
Laertes avenging the death of his father.
Hamlet avenging the death of his father.