Hamlet Quotes

o, yet defend me, friends! I am but hurt claudius
dost know this waterfly hamlet
what a piece of work is a man! how novle in reason! How infinite in faculties Hamlet
o my dear hamlet the drink, the drink, i am poisoned Gertrude
the play’s the thing/ wherin ill catch the conscience of the king hamlet
he hath my lord of late made many tenders of hos affection to me ophelia
he was a man take him for all i shall not look upon his like again hamlet
ay theres the rub for in that sleep of death what dreams may come hamlet
why man did they make love to this employment hamlet
a violet in the youth of primy nature forward not permanent sweet not lasting the perfume and supplicance of a minute no more laertes
the readiness is all hamlet
good hamlet cast they nighted color off gertrude
be thou familiar but by no means vulgar polonius
theres divinity that shapes our ends rough hew them how we will hamlet
let four captains bear hamlet like a soldier to the stage for he was likely had he been put on to have proved most royal fortinbras
o hamlet what a fallin off was there ghost
what if it tempt you toward the flood my lord and draw you into madness horatio
o god how weary stale flat and unprofitable seem to me all the uses of this world hamlet
something is rooten in the state of Denmark Marcellus
neither a borrower nor a lender be for loan oft loses itself and friend polonius
these men carrying i say the stamp of one defect shall in the general censure take corruption from that particular fault hamlet
murder most foul as in the best it is but this most foul strange and unnatural ghost
o that this too too solid flesh would melt thaw and resolve itself into a dew hamlet
theres rue for you and heres some for me o you ust wear yours with a difference ophelia
seems madam nay it is i know not seems hamlet
i am native here and to the manner born hamlet
theres such divinity doth hedge a king that treason can but peep to what it would claudius
i dare damnation laertes
you shall hear of accidental judgments casual slaughters of deaths pur on by cunning and forced cause horatio
leave her to heaven ghost
there are more things in heaven and earth horation than are dreamt of in your philosiphy hamlet
what was i about to say by the mass i was about to say something where did i leave polonius
brevety is the soul of wit polonius
madness in great ones must not unwatchd go claudius
o what a noble mind is here oerthrown ophelia
get thee to a nunnery hamlet
though this be madness yet there is a method in it polonius
there is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so hamlet
o my offense is rank it smells to heaven claudius
this is too long polonius
o god i could be bounded in a nutshell and count myself a king of infinite space were it not that i have bad dreams hamlet
i did enact julius caesar i was killed in the capitol brutus killed me polonius
why what an ass am i hamlet
thus conscience doth make cowards of us all hamlet
my words fly up my thoughts remain below words without thoughts never to heaven go claudius
i have of late but wherefore i know not lost my mirth hamlet
be thou a spirit of health or goblin damnd bring with thee airs from heaven or blasts from hell hamlet
if you find him not within this month you shall nose hime as you go up the stairs into the lobby hamlet
let it be hamlet
the lady doth protest too much me thinks gertrude
you might rhymd horatio
blood do you think i am easier to be playd on than a pipe call me what instrement you will though you can fret me you cannot play upon me hamlet
pry can i not though inclination be as sharp as ‘ll claudius
in youth when i did love did love methought it was very sweet gravedigger
sweets to the sweet gertrude
you cannot call it love for at your age the heyday in the blood is tame hamlet
come my coach good night ladies goodnight sweet ladies good night good night ophelia
i must be cruel only to be kind hamlet
revenge should have no bounds claudius
ther is no ancient gentleman but gardeners ditchers a nd gravemakers clown
lay her in the earth and from her fair and unpolleuted flesh may violets spring laertes
the time is out of joiont o cursed smile that ever i was born to set it right hamlet
how should i your true love know from one another ophelia
wormwood wormwood hamlet
thou turnst mine eyes into my very sould and there i see such black and grained spots as will not leave their tinct gertrude
good night sweet prince and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest horatio
o what a rogue and peasant slave am i hamlet
to thine own self be true and it must follow as the night the day thou canst not then be false to any man polonius

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