Hamlet Act 5 Scene 2
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The King has made a bet that Laertes cannot beat you in a duel.
A Duel? Okay, I guess I'll try to win for the king.
I have a bad feeling about this Horatio, but I'm going to do it anyway.
You will lose, my Lord.
I am grateful for your apology, but I must uphold my honor.
I am sorry Laertes. Please forgive me. I was mentally ill and would not have insulted you like this.
Please Gertrude! Do not drink!
I am thirsty. I must drink.
You are going to die as well, Hamlet, the blade was poisoned. This treachery has turned on me. The king is to blame!
I am dying, the drink was poisoned!
And so I die Good Horatio. Tell everyone what has happened here and set the story straight once and for all.
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