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One woe doth tread upon another's heel,so fast they follow; your sister's drown'd Laertes (4.7)
I loved Ophelia: forty thousand brothers could not, with all their quantity of love, make up my sum. what wilt thou do for her? (5.1)
He is justly served;It is a poison temper'd by himself.Exchange forgiveness with me, noble Hamlet:Mine and my father's death come not upon thee, Nor thine on me.
Ophelia is found in a brook after she has drowned. Whether it was suicide isn't known, but she obviously didn't struggle. King Claudius and Laertes are informed shortly after.
Hamlet returns to Elsinore castle and after talking to the person who will eventually bury Ophelia, he waits to see who has died. After realizing it is Ophelia, Hamlet interrupts and speaks his mind.
After initiating his plan to kill Hamlet, Claudius is exposed, and Claudius, Hamlet, Gertrude, and Laertes are killed in the end. Gertrude drinks the poison, Hamlet and Laertes are stabbed with the poison blade, and Claudius drinks the poison and gets stabbed.
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