Hamlet pt.2

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  • Climax
  • "One woe doth tread upon another's heel, So fast they follow; your sister's drown'd, Laertes." (4.7)
  • Falling Action
  • "The devil take thy soul!" (5.1)
  • Resolution
  • "O, I die, Horatio;The potent poison quite o'er-crows my spirit:..." (5.2)
  • "No, no, the drink, the drink,--O my dear Hamlet,--The drink, the drink! I am poison'd." (5.2)
  • "O, yet defend me, friends; I am but hurt." (5.2)
  • "It is a poison temper'd by himself.Exchange forgiveness with me, noble Hamlet:..." (5.2)
  • Ophelia was on a branch and it broke off and she fell into the river. Before that though she was driven to madness by the news of her fathers death. When she hit the water she didn't struggle but sang old tunes just like how she had when she was with Queen Gertrude after she was driven to madness and then her clothes weighed her down and she drowned. 
  • At the burial of Ophelia, Laertes is in mourning and blaming Hamlet for the death of his sister because Hamlet killed her father and the death of her father was the reason she was driven mad. Hamlet is hiding out but then comes forth and starts going on about how he was the only one who loved Ophelia so much and then Laertes starts to attack Hamlet but they get pulled off each other and fight some other time. 
  • In this last scene, Laertes and Hamlet are fencing and King Claudius has this cup that he put poison into and whoever won would drink the drink but they made sure Hamlet won every time so he would die. Queen Gertrude took the cup and drank though so she was poisoned instead. Hamlet made Claudius drink the rest and so he died by poison too. But before Claudius drank, Hamlet was struck was the fencing sword by Laertes that had the poison on it. After that, Hamlet chased Laertes and struck him with the poisoned sword too. 
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