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The drink, the drink! I am poisoned. (dies)
O villainy! Ho, let the door be locked.
The king, the king's to blame.
Drink off this potion. Is thy union here? Follow my mother.
Now cracks a noble heart.-Good night, sweet prince.
O, I die, Horatio . . . . Fortinbras. He has my dying voice. . . . The rest is silence. (dies).
Claudius has also poisoned the wine he believed Hamlet would drink, however, Gertrude decides to take a sip, ignoring Claudius's warnings. She dies exclaiming that the drink is poisoned, and Hamlet orders for the door to be locked.
Before Laertes dies, he tells Hamlet that they are both poisoned and are going to die. He tells him that Claudius was behind this and he's the one who also killed Gertrude. Hamlet, enraged, stabs Claudius and makes him drink from the poisoned cup. The king dies. Hamlet then forgives Laertes, and Laertes dies.
Before Hamlet dies, he talks with Horatio and tells him he is dying. He wants Horatio to tell the truth about what happened, and gives the throne to Fortinbras. Horatio agrees, and Hamlet dies before the crowd enters. Hamlet has a full military funeral.
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