The “To” in line 102 is a preposition, introducing the absurdity of faulting heaven, by mourning his father.He is trying to get Hamlet to move forward, away from his father’s death.He then convinces Hamlet that his grief “shows a will most incorrect to heaven.”(1.2.95), meaning that he should instead be happy for his father, for he is now in heaven.
What he does no count on, is his victim’s ghost igniting Hamlet’s thirst for revenge.
Claudius’ sneaky and manipulative ways eventually lead to the death of Polonius at Hamlet’s hands.
Claudius’ plans fall apart when Hamlet alters the letters himself, having Rosencrantz and Guildenstern executed in his place.
Meanwhile, Laertes has returned from France to find that his father, Polonius, has been murdered.
It is understandable that he wanted Hamlet to move on quickly.
This speech seems carefully planned out, as if Claudius had written it out before he delivered it.The length of his speech to Hamlet also helps to obscure what he is saying, where as he is very clear and to the point with Laertes.His speech was also more direct, intended only for Laertes, whereas his speech to Hamlet was also for Gertrude’s benefit.The first two uses of “to” are infinitive, an impersonal construct distancing himself from the death of the prior king.The use of an infinitive also lends an emotionless aspect to his words, saying get over it, I already have.It is noticeably shorter than his speech to Hamlet, giving Laertes less time to mull over what was being said.This made him more likely to act, and rashly at that., is both intelligent and well-spoken, two traits that, put together, complement his manipulative and dangerous nature.In fact though, it is his conscience that makes Claudius such a complex villain.Despite his rise to power seeming to have been carefully planned and executed, he nevertheless encountered certain things that he did not expect, such as the appearance of the ghost of his victim that ignited Hamlet‘s thirst for revenge.In the play, Hamlet is introduced as a troubled man in deep depression.