Hamlet Hamlet's thinking of Claudius in Act 3 of Hamlet with examples from the play??

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Hamlet dislikes Claudius. Hamlet finds him his slimy uncle who killed his father and took advantage of his mother. Hamlet is a thinker. Although the ghost of his father seemed legitimate, Hamlet needs to make sure. The play in act 3 confirms it was an "honest ghost" and Hamlet can exact his revenge. It is interesting that Hamlet does not kill Claudius while he (Claudius) is praying. Hamlet refuses to do him the "favor" of sending him to Heaven. Hamlet really wants Claudius to suffer for eternity.