Hamlet act 4, scene 5 part 2
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Poor Ophelia has been robbed of her sanity. Her brother has secretly returned from France and is surrounded by gossipers, who fill his ears with wicked stories about his father’s death. He’ll naturally accuse me of murder.
The crowd calls him “lord” and shouts, “We want Laertes to be king!” It’s as if they were starting the world from scratch right now!
What is it?
Im a bastard, says my father was betrayed, and stamps the label whore on the pure forehead of my mother.
Laertes, what makes you so rebellious?
How did my father die? I will get revenge, but only on his enemies!
I promise I was not the one to kill your father. I am struck with grief!
They carried him uncovered in the coffin, Hey non nonny, nonny, hey nonny. And tears poured down into his grave. Good-bye, honey.
this nonsense means more than rational speach!
Look at my flowers. There’s rosemary, that’s for remembering. Please remember, love. And there are pansies, they’re for thoughts.
A case study in madness, to connect memory and thought.
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