Hamlet scene 5

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  • Tis a quick lie, sir. 'Twill away gain from me to you. (4)
  • You lie out on ’t, sir, and therefore it is not yours. For my part, I do not lie in ’t, and yet it is mine. (2)
  • For no man, sir. (6)
  • I think it be thine, indeed, for thou liest in ’t. (1)
  • What man dost thou dig it for? (5)
  • Thou dost lie in ’t, to be in ’t and say it is thine. 'Tis for the dead, not for the quick. Therefore thou liest. (3)
  • That is Laertes, a very noble youth, mark. (2)
  • What ceremony else? (1)
  • What ceremony else? (3)
  • O, he is mad, Laertes.(4)
  • O my son, what theme? (2)
  • Why, I will fight with him upon this theme until my eyelids will no longer wag.(1)
  • I loved Ophelia. Forty thousand brothers could not with all their quantity of love make up my sum. What wilt thou do for her?  (3)
  • This section shows Hamlet's with the Gravedigger after he returned from England. He asks the Gravedigger why he is digging the grave for. 
  • This part represents the conversation between Laertes and Hamlet. They discuss Laertes's father's death. Hamlet is very calm at first when addressing Laertes. 
  • This last section shows the conversation Hamlet had with Gertrude and Claudius about his love for Ophelia. He really shows his emotion in this scene when he finds out Ophelia has died. 
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