Hamlet Act IV Scene v: Ophelia’s Flowers

Given to Laertes and symbolizes remembrance Rosemary
Given to Laertes and symbolizes remembrance and memories Pansies
Given to Gertrude or Claudius and symbolizes flattery and deceit Fennel
Given to Gertrude and Claudius and symbolizes ingratitude, forsaken lovers, and cuckoldry Columbine
Given to Gertrude or Claudius and symbolizes sorrow and repentence Rue
Given to Gertrude and symbolizes innocence Daisy
Given to no one and represents faithfulness and a connection to death because they died just like her father Violet

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