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Upon receiving the message from the messenger,Hamlet quickly started for his mother's chambers.On his way there,he passed by the king's room.Hamlet peeked in and saw Claudius on his knees looking up toward Heaven.The king was praying,and Hamlet could hear what he was saying.“Forgive me,dear Lord,for the terrible crimes I have committeed,"Claudius begged God.Hamlet saw that Claudius was alone in the room.This time,there were no guards to protect him.I can kill him right now,thought the young prince.But wait,he said to himself.If Claudius dies now while he is praying,God will forgive him,and Claudius will go to Heaven.But I want him to suffer in Hell forever.I'll wait for a better opportunity.Hamlet then went on to his mother's room.The meeting with his mother wasn't really private.There was a spy in her chambers.The king had ordered his old adviser Polonius to hide behind the curtains. Polonius was to listen to the conversation between Hamlet and Queen Gertrude and then pass on everything he heard to the king.

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使者から伝言を受け取るとすぐ、ハムレットは彼の母の部屋へと急いで向かいました。その途中で、彼は王の部屋を通りがかりました。ハムレットが中を覗くと、クラウディウスがひざまづいて天を見上げているのが目に入りました。王は祈っていました、そして、ハムレットは彼が何と言っているのか聞くことができました。「主よ、私が犯した恐ろしい犯罪を許してください」と、クラウディウスは神に頼みました。ハムレットは、クラウディウスが部屋に一人なのが分かりました。今回は、彼を守る警護の者がいませんでした。私は、たった今、奴を殺すことができると、若い王子は思いました。しかし、待てと、彼は心に思いました。クラウディウスが、祈りをささげている今死ねば、神は奴をお許しになるだろう、そうすれば、クラウディウスは天国へ行くことになる。しかし、私は奴には永遠に地獄で苦しんで欲しいのだ。私は、もっと良い機会を待つとしよう。それから、ハムレットは彼の母の部屋に向かいました。彼の母との会談は、本当に水入らずな物とはなりませんでした。間者が、彼女の部屋にいたのです。王が、彼の古くからの相談役のポロニウスにカーテンの陰に隠れるように命じていたのでした。ポロニウスは、ハムレットとガートルード女王の間の会話を聞くことになり、その後、彼は、王に聞いたすべてを伝えることになりました。

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