Are Rosencrantz and Guildenstern willing spies for Claudius and Gertrude in the play Hamlet?
This is open for interpretation, as much of the Hamlet play is. One can assume that it could have been for the glory and reward that they may have expected from the King and Queen.
Consider how Gertrude and Ophelia are characterized in Hamlet What does that make about the society in which they lived?
Gertrude and Ophelia as for many women of their society don't have authority in many situations. For some reason they long to have a man above them having power to rule at least over them. For example, Gertrude marries Claudius very soon after the death of her first husband even though she did love her first hussy. Ophelia is deeply in love with Hamlet and even after the fact that he willing tells her to… Read More
"To cut his throat i' the church."
When Claudius challenges the sincerity of laertes grief where does laertes say he would be willing to cut hamlets throat?
In the church.
How is that a contrast with Hamlet earlier actions when he first spotted an opportunity to kill Claudius?
Laertes states that he would be willing to cut Hamlet's throat in a church, a divine area. This contrasts with Hamlet's earlier actions in that he wants to avoid murdering Claudius in a holy setting, ensuring that Claudius will not have the opportunity to enter into heaven.
Alike: They both crave the throne. They're both smart men who are willing to pull some elaborate schemes to get what they want. They're both tormented and ambivalent about a murder: Claudius over the one he's already committed, Hamlet over the one he plans. Unlike: Claudius embraces wine, women, and song, while Hamlet seems a bit scared of female sexuality and is embarrassed by the Danish reputation for drunken revelry. Claudius stresses maturity and speaks… Read More
By this stage in the play, Hamlet has developed a philosophy of "going with the flow". He has given up on trying to control events, so he will go along with what is happening and take his chance when he may. "If it be not to come, it will be now, if it be not now, yet it will come. The readiness is all."
Because he thinks Claudius will go to Heaven if he kills him right then. As in many of Shakespeare's plays, the characters are Catholic, and believe that a person's fate in the afterlife depends on whether they get to confess their sins right before they die. Hamlet's father is in something like Purgatory because Claudius murdered him in his sleep, without getting a chance to confess. Hamlet feels it isn't true revenge if he sends… Read More
Willing, more willing, most willing. I am willing to help you. Barbara is more willing to help you. Fiona is most willing to help you.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern's deaths were particularly ironic, because they, the betrayers, were betrayed instead. The duo tried to betray their childhood friend, Hamlet, thinking that it would be an easy feat. However, unbeknownst to them, Hamlet had already come up with a plan, rewriting the letter so that they would be killed in his place while he escaped. Thus, they that were willing to sacrifice their friend, were sacrificed in his place. Ironic indeed.
'willing' in french is 'pret.'
I am willing to answer your question, like you were willing to ask it.
More willing, most willing
The superlative for willing would be "most willing." There is no one-word superlative.
The opposite of willing is unwilling.
In this case you would say more willing (comparative) and most willing (superlative).
Willing means that you are consenting to a situation.
tom is willing married.
I am quite willing to answer this question.
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Charles Willing was born in 1710.
Charles Willing died in 1754.
Victor Willing died in 1988.
Victor Willing was born in 1928.
The duration of The Girls Are Willing is 1.48 hours.
The Willing Flesh has 412 pages.
Many people are willing to donate money to worthy causes. Some tourists are willing to hike all the way to the top of the mountain.
The abstract noun for the adjective willing is willingness.
Thomas Willing died on 1821-01-19.
Thomas Willing was born on 1731-12-19.
Mary Willing Byrd died in 1814.
Mary Willing Byrd was born in 1740.
Whatever someone is willing to pay and you are willing to accept.
Desperate is the word that means willing to do anything.
No. Willing is a verb, gerund, or adjective. The adverb form is willingly.
Romeo is willing to risk his life for Juliet.
The abstract noun form for the adjective willing is willingness.
Charles Willing Byrd died in 1828.
Charles Willing Byrd was born in 1770.
Mary Willing Clymer died in 1852.
Mary Willing Clymer was born in 1770.
Ann Willing Bingham was born in 1764.
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Allah's willing = Insha'All'ah = ان شاءالله
"To be willing to" would be translated by using a form of the verb velle "to wish" plus an infinitive complement. "Not to be willing to" would be a corresponding form of nolle "to wish not" She is willing to come - venire vult They were not willing to be seen - videri nolebant As an attributive adjective, the present participle volens or nolens can be used, also with an infinitive. The gods, not willing… Read More
Willing wants to, able can. Example sentence: John was willing to play basketball, but at his short height, he was unable to qualify for the basketball team.
yes, sometimes, if your willing to. yes, sometimes, if your willing to.
G. Willing Pepper died in 2001.