Hamlet: Act 2 Scene 2

Hamlet: Act 2 Scene 2
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  • There is a method to his madness.
  • Will you step outside, my lord?
  • Into my grave.
  • My Lord, 'll take my  leave of you now.
  • Good-bye, my lord.
  • His answers are so full of meaning sometimes! He has a way with words, as crazy people often do, and that sane people don’t have a talent for. I’ll leave him now and arrange a meeting between him and my daughter.
  • You can’t take anything from me that I care less about—except my life, except my life, except my life.
  • These boring old fools!
  • Thank you, sir.
  • You’re looking for Lord Hamlet. He’s right over there.
  • No, somewhere in the middle, my lord.
  • The world is very honest.
  • Ah, my good friends! How are you?
  • My dear sir!
  • As well as anybody.
  • But you're not bad either?
  • The end of the world must be coming… so what did you do to be sent to this prison.
  • Not too happy, nor lucky.
  • My lord!
  • We're the privates in in Lady Luck's army.
  • No surprise there, she's known to be a slut.
  • Exactly. In fact, I consider ambition to be so light and airy that it’s only the shadow of a shadow.
  • What crimes have you committed to be sent here to this prison?
  • Then I guess the whole world is one. 
  • It's because you’re so ambitious. It’s too small for your large mind.
  • Denmark is one of the worst prisons.
  • Denmark is a prison. 
  • A dream itself is just a shadow.
  • We don't think so, my lord. 
  • We’re at your service.
  • Small? No, I could live in a walnut shell and feel like the king of the universe. The real problem is that I have bad dreams.
  •  I guess beggars are the ones with bodies, while ambitious kings and heroes are just the shadows of beggars. Follow me.  
  • Prison?
  • Dreams are a sign of ambition, since ambition is nothing more than the shadow of a dream.
  • That's what I want to know. Think of our friendship!
  • Are you visiting on your own free will? or sent? Tell me the truth!
  • I will not question you as servants. But why are here?
  • I've got my eye on you.
  • You've got a guilty look on your faces, I know the queen and king sent for you. 
  • Visiting you.
  • Why would they do that?
  • what should we say, my lord?
  • My lord, we were sent for.
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