Hamlet-(Ophelia)

No my lord, but as you did command I did repel his letters and denied his access to me
He took me by my wrist, and held my hand; then goes he to the length of all his arm, and with his other hand thus o’er gis brow
I do wish, that your good beauties be the happy cause of hamlets wildness so shall I hope your virtues will bring him to his wanted way again, to both your honours Gertrude to ophelia
For to the Nobel mind/rich gifts wax poor when givers prove unkind Gifts from hamlet has lost their meaning as he has apparently changed his mind
Marry a fool,as a wise man know well enough what a monsters you make of them Hamlet once again shows his hatred for women
Of ladies most dejected and wretched Ophelia after being dismissed by hamlet describes herself Ashton
Ophelia walk you there…read on this book Father muses get-inadvertently becomes enmeshed in the deception
O, what a noble mind is here o’erthrown! The courtiers, scholar, soilder’s eye, tongue, sword
Fair and unpolluted flesh/rose of may
She is importunate, indeed distract, her mood will needs to be pitied
My brother shall know of it
Adieu, my lord/I have a speech of fire/ that fair would blaze/but that this folly doubts it When Laertes finds out she’s dead e has to leave
I love Ophelia:forty thousand brothers/ could not with all their quantity of love/make up my sum
I hoped thou shouldst have been my hamlets wife
I do not know my lord what I should think
Oh help him you sweet heavens About hamlet
I did love you once…you should not have believed me…I loved you not
Her garments, heavy with their drink/ pulled the poor wretch from her melodius lay,/to muddy death
“Groaning”-in pregnancy To take to edge off his desire he’d have to leave her “groaning”

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