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What information do Rosencrantz and Guildenstern report to Claudius and Gertrude at the beginning of Act III, Scene I?

A

That Hamlet seems to be in good spirits and welcomed them warmly.

B

That Hamlet shared a bizarre story with them about King Hamlet’s death.

C

That Hamlet greeted them kindly but remains aloof and cryptic in his words to them.

D

That Hamlet seems volatile, stubborn, and irrational when he speaks to them.

E

That Hamlet mocks Polonius, which they find to be unfounded and cruel.