Hamlet- important quotes. (Act 1)

” Thou art a scholar, speak to it Horatio” Marcellus- Act 1, scene 1
“almost to doomsday with eclipse” Horatio- Act 1, scene 1
“If thou art privy to thy country’s fate” Horatio- Act 1, scene 1
“i have heard, the cock, that is the trumpet to the morn, doth with his lofty and shrill-sounding throat awake the god of day” Horatio- Act 1, scene 1
“Let us impart what we have seen tonight unto young Hamlet” Horatio- Act 1, scene 1
“Stand ho! Who is there?” Francisco- Act 1, scene 1
“Therefore our sometime sister, now our queen” Claudius- Act 1, scene 2
“with mirth in funeral and with dirge in marriage” Claudius- Act 1, scene 2
“giving to you no further personal power” Claudius- Act 1, scene 2
“And now LAERTES, what’s the news with you? You told us of some suit, what is’t LAERTES?” Claudius- Act 1, scene 2
“A little more than kin, and less than kind” Claudius- Act 1, scene 2
” ’tis unmanly grief” Claudius- Act 1, scene 2
” you are the most immediate to our throne” Claudius- Act 1, scene 2
“I pray thee stay with us, go not to Wittenburg” Gertrude- Act 1, scene 2
“O that this too too solid flesh would melt” Hamlet- Act 1, scene 2
“Hyperion to a satyr” Hamlet- Act 1, scene 2
“a little month, or ere those shoes were old with which she followed my poor father’s body” Hamlet- Act 1, scene 2
“Incestuous sheets” Hamlet- Act 1, scene 2
“i must hold my tongue” Hamlet- Act 1, scene 2
“this troubles me” Hamlet- Act 1, scene 2
“forward, not permanent, sweet, not lasting” Laertes- Act 1, scene 3
“Perhaps he loves you now, and now no soil nor cautel doth besmirch the virtue of his will; but you must fear” Laertes- Act 1, scene 3
“for he himself is subject to birth” Laertes- Act 1, scene 3
“then weigh what loss your honour may sustain” Laertes- Act 1, scene 3
“you do not understand yourself so clearly as it behooves my daughter, and your honour” Polonius- Act 1, scene 3
“you speak like a green girl” Polonius- Act 1, scene 3
“he hath importuned me with love in honourable fashion” Ophelia- Act 1, scene 3
” i shall obey, my lord” Ophelia- Act 1, scene 3

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