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"I loved Ophelia. Forty thousand brothers Could not with all their quantity of love Make up my sum. What wilt thou do for her?" (Act V, Scene I)
"Oh, I’m dying, Horatio! This strong poison’s overpowering me. I will not live to hear the news from England. But I bet Fortinbras will win the election to the Danish crown." (Act V, Scene II)
Ophelia's sudden death, one theory is suicide, hits Hamlet hard. Readers see how Hamlet reacts and also see how much Hamlet truly loved Ophelia, however, his madness got in the way.
King Claudius poisons the cup Gertrude drinks from and she then dies from. Hamlet stabs and kills him because he is avenge his father and mother death. Laertes scratches Hamlet with the poison sword and then the swords get switch causing Hamlet to stab Laertes with the poisoned sword. Both Laertes and Hamlet die.
Fortinbras is the new king of Denmark and Fortinbras is assumed to give Hamlet an honorable funeral.
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