Hamlet tells Horatio that the deaths of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are not on his conscience, and that it is 'perfect conscience' to kill Claudius to prevent his 'canker' spreading.
This is aseries of fifteen key momentsinHamletvia the iPad app ShowMe.These
moments are interesting and important ones, though not the most
obvious, and the series avoids such crucial speeches as the soliloquies;
for more on those, and much more, goherefor our generalHamletresources.