I do believe Hamlet will be successfull in kiling his uncle. He has laready killed Polonious withought so much of the blink of an eye. I believe he will feel no guilt in killing his Uncle. By this point Hamlet seems so far gone that nothing at all could really effect him. He has become, in a cliche term, a cold blooded killer.
I don't think Hamlet will be successful in killing Claudius if he says all of his thoughts are bloody. I think that if he is so focused on killing/murder, i think there is a higher chance for something to go wrong. I think he is thinking about it too much, so he wont be succesful.
I believe that Hamlet will be successful in killing Claudius. His thoughts are so bloody and he is so caught up in the whole situation that he has to kill him. The only way that Hamlet would not succeed is if he died first. He cannot turn back at this point and the only thought on his mind is blood. The only thing he wants to do is kill his uncle, so he will be successful.
Hamlet may find himself in a sense of regret after killing his uncle, but i do believe once the sword battle occurs, Claudius will someone meet his fate and become perished along with several other. The madness surrounding Hamlet's mind like a black curtain foreshadows his destination; the ultimate demise of Claudius' life.
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