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  • Yes, my lord she drowned herself
  • That’s Laertes, a very noble young man. Listen
  • What, the beautiful Ophelia is dead?
  • Lay her in the ground, and let violets bloom from her lovely and pure flesh! I’m telling you, my sister will be an angel in heaven while you’re howling in hell.
  • Who is the one whose grief is so loud and clear, whose words of sadness make the planets stand still in the heavens as if they’ve been hurt by what they’ve heard? It’s me, Hamlet the Dane.
  • To hell with your soul!
  • Sir, I’m going to go for a walk in the hall here whether the king likes it or not. It’s my exercise time. Bring in the swords, if the king still wants to go through with it and if Laertes is still willing. I’ll have the king win his bet if I can.
  • The king has bet six Barbary horses, and he has prepared six French rapiers and daggers with all their accessories on a fencing duel between you and Laertes, my lord
  • Take this!
  • That is two hits, what do you say?
  • Little does anyone know me and Laertes poisoned a drink with a pearl and also have your sword dipped in poison that will kill Hamlet
  • The queen drinks to your good luck and happiness, Hamlet.
  • Ah! You cut me! You will feel the pain by your own sword!
  • The blade poisoned! Then get to work, poison!
  • What evil! Who is responsible?
  • I am, Hamlet you are dead, the weapon in your hand has been poisoned and so has the drink. The king, he is to blame
  • The drink, the drink! I’ve been poisoned
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