what does Hamlet think of Claudius' participation in traditional Danish drinking games? act 1. iv.

act 1. iv.

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He thinks that Claudius is setting a poor example of Danes in general. He spends eaveings in drunken orgies. Hamlet says other nations make fun of Denmark as full of drunken fools:

They clepe us drunkards and with swinish phrase. Soil our addition. And indeed it takes. From our achievements....