Hamlet Acts 4-5 review

Claudius “And where th’ offense is, let the great ax fall” (4.6.216)
Claudius “No place indeed should murder sanctuarize; Revenge should have no bounds” (4.7.128-29)
Claudius “It is the poisoned cup; it is too late” (5.2.293)
Fortinbras “I have some rights of memory of this kingdom” (5.2.390)
Gertrude “He’s fat, and scant of breath” (5.2.288)
Gertrude “Mad as the sea and wind when both content which is the mightier” (4.1.7-8)
Hamlet “The body is with the king, but the King is not with the body” (4.2.27-8)
Hamlet “Not where he eats, but where a’ is eaten” (4.3.19)
Hamlet “There’s a divinity that shapes our ends, rough hew them how we will” (5.2.10-11)
Hamlet “If it be now, ’tis not to come; if it be not to come, it will be now; if it be not now, yet it will come. The readiness is all” (5.2.220-25)
Hamlet “I am dead (5.2.334,353)
Horatio “If your mind dislike anything, obey it.” (5.2.18)
Horatio “I am more an antique Roman than a Dane. Here’s yet some liquor left” (5.2.42-43)
Laertes “I am justly killed by my own treachery” (5.2.308)
Laertes “And yet it is almost against my conscience (5.2.298)
Ophelia “Let the maid, that out a maid never departed more” (4.5.54-55)

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