Who escorts Hamlet on the voyage to England?
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern - both who end up dead.
to spy on Hamlet and send Hamlet to England, also ordered them to give the notes to the king of England and ask the king of England to kill Hamlet immediately
The King proposes to rid of Hamlet by sending him to England. In England, he would then have Hamlet murdered.
On his way to England, Hamlet finds the letters that the king sent to England. These letters ask for the English to kill Hamlet for him.
Claudius arranges for Hamlet to be killed when he arrives to England.
on the ship to england, hamlet changes it round, so rosencrance and guildstern get killed instead of him.
To kill the bearers of the letter
Hamlet never reaches England. He escapes back home to Denmark on a pirate ship.
So that Hamlet can be killed
Claudius arranged for Rosencrantz And Guildenstern to take Hamlet to England with a letter that says to kill Hamlet. The letter is to be given to the King of England, but Hamlet steals the letter on the boat ride over, and replaces it with one that says to kill the bearer of this letter.
Hamlet told Horatio that he snuck into Rosencrantz and Guildenstern's cabin on the ship during the voyage. He saw letters from Claudius and took a look at them. He then saw that Claudius was planning to kill him once he reaches England. Thus, Hamlet writes new letters ordering for Rosencrantz's and Guildenstern's death once they reach England and seals the letter by using the ring his father gave him. After that night, the pirates came… Read More
King Claudius believes that Hamlet is a threat to him because Hamlet killed Polonius, who was hiding behind the curtains and Hamlet and actually thought it was Claudius. Claudius feels threatened and in danger by Hamlets behavior and as a precaution sends him to England, where Claudius also sends a letter to kill Hamlet upon arrival in England.
What is the content of the letters the king sends with roseencrantz and guildstern to england with Hamlet?
The letters ask the english to kill Hamlet as he enters England.
Claudius sends Rozencrantz and Guildensten to accompany Hamlet to England bearing his death warrent.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are assigned to escort Hamlet to England. They happily oblige to Claudius' request as they had done previously.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern were killed in England.
Claudius is concerned that Hamlet knows the truth about how he killed King Hamlet and has been watching Hamlet since he killed the king. When Hamlet kills Polonius he sees how unstable Hamlet is and that he can not take the chance and let Hamlet stay, which would risk his own safety. Claudius sends Hamlet to England so that on the way he can have him killed and he would no longer have to worry… Read More
Claudius was suspicious that Hamlet knew of his crime after the players had put on their show. After Claudius hears that Hamlet had stabbed Polonius, Claudius was certain that Hamlet was trying to kill him. To protect himself, he sends Hamlet to England with a letter and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to deliver him. The letter contains instructions for the king of England to have Hamlet executed.
Claudius hopes that Hamlet will be killed in England. Claudius is the King and is also the brother of Hamlet.
Hamlet is being sent to England. Claudius wants to get Hamlet as far away as possible where he can then be murdered.
King Claudius has arranged for Rosencrantz & Gildenstern to take Hamlet to England where he would be executed.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern leave with Hamlet on the trip to England, carrying a secret order from Claudius to the King of England to execute Hamlet.
Claudius sends Hamlet to England after Hamlet kills Polonius. However, Hamlet's ship is intercepted by pirates and Hamlet is able to talk his way on to their boat and back to Denmark. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern remain on Hamlet's boat and land in England, where they are executed.
Claudius tries to send Hamlet to England, accompanied by Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. However, R & G don't know it's a mission to have Hamlet killed. We can be certain of that just because of the fact that they continue to England without Hamlet.
He only sent him to England once. Ostensibly this was to have Hamlet collect the "neglected tribute" Secretly Rosencrantz and Guildenstern have letters to the English authorities instructing them to execute Hamlet when he arrives.
Hamlet relays to Horatio that two days on his voyage to England with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, they were overtook by pirates. Upon boarding the pirate ship to stand and fight, Hamlet was captured. Hamlet says in his letter that the pirates were well in their mercy, but of course expected some kindness back in some way. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are safely on their way to England still. Hamlet has been released by the pirates and… Read More
Claudius determines to send Hamlet to England with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern carrying a secret death warrant for Hamlet.
In England. In London somewhere.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.
Hamlet's uncle was sending Hamlet to England to be killed and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern were taking him there, but on the ship, Hamlet switched the orders with orders to kill them instead and got off the ship. They died in England.
Hamlet never arrived in England. He was sent there by Claudius. Claudius had written a letter to royalty in England to kill Hamlet when he arrived on English land. Hamlet found the letter and changed it so it would say to kill the two who brought him aboard as part of Claudius' plan. Hamlet left the ship and a band of pirates found him. After telling them of rewards, the pirates took him back to… Read More
Claudius had written an order to England to kill Hamlet. Hamlet substituted a forged order he wrote, in place of Claudius's order, to have England kill Rosencrantz and Guildenstern instead.
After eavesdropping (listening to, not watching) on Hamlet and Ophelia, King Claudius decides to send Hamlet to England.
Claudius sends Hamlet to England, but he doesn't get there.
The King is a lot more decisive than Hamlet is.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern take Hamlet on a ship to England, but he turns the tables on them before they get there.
The gravedigger (actually the Sexton Clown) thinks Hamlet was sent to England because he was mad. Here is the relevant dialogue. ~=~ Hamlet: Aye, marry, why was he sent into England? Sexton Clown: Why? Because he was mad! He shall recover his wits there, or if he do not, 'tis no great matter there. Hamlet: Why? Sexton Clown: 'Twill not be seen in him there; there, the men are as mad as he. ~=~
John Cabot's voyage was used by England for its claims to North America. North America was a major colony for England.
with his royal insignia
Who are the two men sent with Hamlet to England They carry a secret letter that Hamlet discovers and switches?
They are Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.
Claudius arranges to have the English authorities kill Hamlet
Act 4, Scene 3. Hamlet is being banished from Denmark and sent to England after killing Polonius. King: So is it, if thou knew'st our purposes. Hamlet: I see a cherub that sees them. But come, for England! Farewell, dear mother. King: They loving father, Hamlet. Hamlet: My mother. Father and mother is man and wife, man and wife is one flesh, and so, my mother. Come, for England!
On the way to England, the ship which Hamlet, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are travelling on is attacked by pirates. Hamlet jumps aboard the pirate ship which returns him to Denmark.
While on board a ship for England, Hamlet took a sneak peek at the sealed orders given to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.
Guildenstern and Rosencrantz both die by the hand of England due to the mix up of letters by Hamlet. Ironically Hamlet was suppose to be behead; however, because Guildenstern and Rosencrantz bring the letters written by Claudius to England they ended up giving the letters rewritten by hamlet that lead to their beheadenment.
The incident in which Hamlet gets off the ship to England plays an important role in changing the entire plot. As he was being "escorted" to England by Guildenstern and Rosencrantz, he switches the letter that the King had given with the one he writes. The original message that the King had wanted to pass on contained an order to kill Hamlet in England. However, Hamlet switches the letter with a new one which orders… Read More
He tells Horatio that he escaped when Pirates boarded his ship, and Hamlet boarded the pirate ship in the fight. This explains how Hamlet ends up back in Denmark when Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are still on their way to England.
Shakespeare's Tragedy of Hamlet takes place in Denmark, with some references to England and Norway.
Henry Hudson lived from 1570-1611 and went on four major voyages. On his first voyage he traveled from England to the North Pole. On his second voyage he traveled from England to Novaya Zemiya, just south east of the North Pole. On his third voyage he traveled from England to Bermuda. On his fourth voyage he traveled from England to Iceland, then Greenland then into the modern Hudson Bay.
He doesn't. It is actually King Claudius who sends Hamlet to England to collect the neglected tribute. (England had been defeated by Denmark in a war and had to pay a sum of money regularly to the Danish government as a result, but apparently they were behind in their payments.) Claudius has a further motive: he sends secret orders that Hamlet is to be killed in England by the English government. If this happens away… Read More