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How does Hamlet feel about having accidentally killed Polonius?
He is distraught and remorseful, overcome with guilt for his impulsive action.
He finds it humorous and fitting that Polonius was killed while spying.
He is horrified at his mistake and violently angry at himself.
He feels justified, because Polonius has been nosy and meddlesome.
His madness causes him to deny that he committed the crime at all.