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Till that her garments, heavy with their drink, Pull'd the poor wretch from her melodious lay To muddy death.
The King, the King's to blame!
Act 4, Scene 7. Ophelia falls into the creek, and drowns.
Act 5, Scene 1. Laertes goes crazy at Ophelia's funeral. Hamlet is in the background behind a tree, unaware that he is watching Ophelia's funeral.
Act 5, Scene 2. Hamlet and Laertes have a fencing match. What Hamlet doesn't know is that Laertes is using a real sword with poison on the end, in hopes that he'll stab Hamlet. Claudius also has a drink set aside for Hamlet, which also has poison in it. Instead of Hamlet drinking it, his mother does. When Hamlet realizes they've tried to poison him, Laertes, Claudius, and Hamlet all die from being pricked with the poison.
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