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"Rotten" Claudius in Hamlet

Summary: The "incestuous [and] adulterate beast" of Claudius is the evil behind the famous phrase "something is rotten in Denmark" in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet." His evil acts are a "disease" he spreads to his loved ones, causing death and destruction to occur in this famous tragic play.
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