Hamlet Story Board

Hamlet Story Board

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  • "With mirth in funeral and with dirge in marriage, In equal scale weighing delight and dole- Taken to wife. Nor have freely gone with this affair along."
  • "For Hamlet and the trifling of his favor, hold it a fashion and a toy in blood, a violet in the youth of primy nature, forward, not permanent, sweet, not lasting, the perfume and suppliance of a minute. No more."
  • "Ay, truly, for the power of beauty will sooner transform honesty from what it is to a bawd than the force of honesty can translate beauty into his likeness. This was sometime a paradox, but now the time gives it proof. I did love you not."
  • This is when Gertrude has married Claudius. This represents her dependency on men, because her husband just died and she is already getting married. (I. ii. 12-16)
  • "Look you now, what follows. Here is your husband, like a mildewed ear Blasting his wholesome brother."
  • This is when Laertes tells Ophelia to stay away from Hamlet because he doesn't really love her, he just wants to sleep with her. This represents the role of women because she simply obeys. (I. iii. 5-10)
  • "Larded all with sweet flowers, which bewept to the ground did not go, with true- love showers."
  • This is when Hamlet goes mad when he sees Ophelia, not only does it prove what Laertes said to Ophelia in the beginning, it also shows how women just obey, because Ophelia was scared but her dad told her to stay so she did. (III. i. 113-117)
  • "I will, my lord. I pray you, pardon me."
  • This is when Hamlet is flipping out on Gertrude, and he was mad about his uncle being his new father and the way he acted toward her was very sexual. It shows how Gertrude is sex driven towards the men in this book. (III. iiii. 65-66)
  • This is when Ophelia was singing and picking out flowers, and how she seemed to be going mad, but she was in her right mind and did actually kill herself not out of madness. (IIII. v. 37-39)
  • This is when Gertrude knew that there was poison in the cup, but was acting like she was oblivious to the fact that drinking the wine would kill her. (V. ii. 287)
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