Hamlet quotes

A little more than kin, and less than kind Hamlet, disgust at claudius being in his family 1.2
O that this too too solid flesh would melt Hamlet, very depressed 1.2
How weary stale flat and unprofitable seem to me all the uses of this world Hamlet’s negative opinion of the world 1.2
I do not set my life at a pins fee Hamlet showing how little he values himself 1.4
Oh villain villain smiling damned villain Hamlet says this about Claudius that suggests his deceit 1.5
There are more things in heaven and earth that can be dreamt of in your philosophy Hamlet, making a point to horatio 1.5
To put an antic disposition on Hamlet, his plan to get away with his behaviour 1.5
What a piece of work is a man Hamlets opinions on makind 2.1
Man delights not me. No nor woman either Hamlets view on people 2.1
What a piece of work is a man Hamlets opinions on makind 2.1
A dream is but itself a shadow Hamlet on dreams 2.2
To be honest as in this world goes is to be one man picked out of 10,00″ Hamlet on honesty 2.2
Man delights not me. No nor woman either Hamlets view on people 2.1
The beauty of the world, the paragon of animals, yet to me what is this quintessence of dust Hamlet about his view of the beauty of the world 2.1
A dream is but itself a shadow Hamlet on dreams 2.2
To be honest as in this world goes is to be one man picked out of 10,00″ Hamlet on honesty 2.2
I am mad north north west when the wind i southerly, i know a hawk from a hand saw Hamlet on his madness 2.2
O what a rogue and peasant slave am i Hamlet on himself 2.2
The plays the thing wherein ill catch the conscience of the king Hamlet summing up his plan against claudius 2.2
To be or not to be that is the question Hamlet debating suicide3.1
The undiscovered country from whose born no traveller returns Hamlet talking about the nature of death 3.1
We are arrant knaves all, believe none of us Hamlet trying to give Ophelia advice 3.1
They are coming to the play, i must be idle Hamlet, showing that his madness is put on 3.2
Lady shall i lie in your lap Hamlet being crude to ophelia 3.2
You would play upon me, you would seem to know my stops Hamlet getting angry at R and G 3.2
Now could i drink hot blood Hamlet showing his huge anger 3.2
I will speak daggers to her but use none Hamlet talking before he goes to gertrude 3.2
His soul may be as damned and black as hell whereto he goes Hamlet on claudius 3.3
Almost as bad, good mother as kill a king and marry with his brother Hamlet to Gertrude on the whole situation in the court 3.4
This was your husband, look you know what follows Hamlet showing how gertrude had downgraded 3.4
Have you eyes Hamlet questioning his mother 3.4
A king of shreds and patches Hamlet insulting claudius 3.4
Let the bloat king tempt you to bed Hamlet giving Gertrude instruction 3.4
I essentially am not in madness but mad in craft Hamlet telling gertrude about his madness 3.4
When he needs what you have gleaned it is but squeezing you Hamlet talking about claudius to r and g 4.2
A king may go a progress through the guts of a beggar Hamlet making a point about the cycle of life 4.3
Fortinbras fights over land that “hath in it no profit but the name” and hamlet realises he has something worth fighting for What causes hamlet to think his thoughts should be bloody 4.4
How all occasions do inform against me and spur my dull revenge Hamlet about his revenge 4.4
From this time forth my thoughts be bloody or be nothing worth Hamlet on his thoughts regarding revenge 4.4
Alas poor yorick, i knew him Horatio Hamlet on yorick 5.1
Let her paint an inch think, to this favour she must come Hamlet on women and death 5.1
Forty thousand brothers could not with all their quantity of love make up my sum Hamlet on his love for ophelia 5.1
He hath killed my king and whored thy mother Hamlet about claudius 5.2
Give me your pardon sir, ive done you wrong Hamlet makes peace with laertes 5.2
His madness is poor hamlets enemy Hamlet 3rd person to laertes 5.2
Your skill shall shine like a star i’th darkest night Hamlet on laertes skill 5.2
Insestuous , murderous damned dane, drink off this potion Hamlet to claudius in the final scene 5.2
Let it be horatio, i am dead Hamlet to horatio about his death 5.2
He hath my dying voice Hamlet on fortinbras 5.2
With wisest sorrow think on him together with remembrance of ourselves Claudius on the death of old hamlet and on denmarks future 1.2
Tis unmanly grief it shows a will most incorrect to heaven Claudius on hamlets depressed state 1.2
As of a man faithful and honourable Claudius on polonius 2.2
Get from him why he puts on this confusion Claudius inquiring about hamlets madness 3.1
How smart a lash that speech doth give my conscience Claudius on conscience 3.1
Madness in great one must not unwatched go Claudius on madness 3.1
Give me some light away Claudius gives his guilt away whilst watching the play 3.2
Oh my offence is rank it smells to heaven Claudius on his actions 3.3
Yet what can it when one cannot repent Claudius on repentence 3.3
O he is mad laertes Claudius on hamlets madness 5.1
Hes loved of the distracted multitude Claudius on hamlet and the public 4.3
For like the hectic in my blood he rages Claudius comparing hamlet to something negative 4.3
When sorrows come they come not in single spies but in battalions Claudius on sorrows 4.5
I am guiltless of your fathers death Claudius to laertes about ps death 4.5
We shall jointly labour with your soul to give it due content Claudius on forming a plan with laertes 4.5
Revenge should have no bounds Claudius on revenge 4.7
O he is mad laertes Claudius on hamlets madness 5.1
You speak like a green girl Polonius on ophelias 1.3
This is the very ecstasy of love Polonius on hamlets madness 2.1
By indirections find directions out Polonius to reynaldo 2.1
What do you think of me Polonius shows his need for acceptance 2.2
What do you think of me Polonius shows his need for acceptance 2.2
By indirections find directions out Polonius to reynaldo 2.1
I will be brief Polonius contradicting his character 2.2
Brevity is the soul of wit Polonius use of irony 2.2
I will use no art Polonius saying he will not add detail 2.2
Though this be madness yet there is method int Polonius on if hamlets madness is genuine 2.2
I do believe the origin and commencement of this belief sprang from neglected love Polonius on origins of hamlets madness 3.1
It is back’d like a weaselVery like a whale Polonius is being shown up by hamlet 3.2
Tell him his pranks have been too broad to bear with Polonius to gertrude 3.4
Foolish prating knave Hamlet on polonius 3.4
And recks not his own rede Ophelia on hipocrisy 1.3
I do not know my lord what i should think Ophelia showing that she doesnt have her own opinions 1.3
Importun’d me with love in honourable fashion Ophelia on hamlets love towards her 1.3
Pale as his shirt, knees knocking each other Ophelia on her encounter with hamlet 2.1
As you did command i did repel his letters Ophelia showing that she does what she is told 2.1
With them words of such sweet breath composed Ophelia on hamlets words to her 3.1
Could beauty my lord have better commerce than with honesty Ophelia on beauty and honesty 3.1
I think nothing my lord Ophelia showing she doesnt have her own thoughts 3.2
He is dead and gone lady he is dead and gone Ophelia sings this in madness 4.5
Cast thy nighted colour off Gertrude on hamlets melancholy state 1.2
More matter with less art gertrude on polonius’ waffling 2.1
Too much changed son Gertrude on hamlets mental state 2.2
I do wish your beauties be the happy cause of hamlets wildness Gertrude on ophelias affect on hamlet 3.1
O what a rash and bloody deed is this Gertrude on hamlet killing p 3.4
These words like daggers enter in my ears Gertrude on hamlets harsh words 3.4
This is the very coinage of your brain Gertrude 3.4
O gentle som, upon the heat and flame of thy distemper sprinkle cool patience Gertrude on hamlets temper 3.4
Mad as the sea and wind when both contend Gertrude on hamlets madness 4.1
How cheerfully on the false trail they cry! O this is counter you false danish dogs Gertrude 4.5
I drink my lord, i pray you pardon me Gertrude perhaps shows she is aware of claudius’ plot in the final scene
Tush tush twill not appear Horatio being adamant in his views on the ghost 1.1
I might not this believe without the sensible and true avouch of mine own eyes Horatio on seeing and believing 1.1
What if it tempt you toward the flood my lord Horatio on the danger posed by the ghost 1.4
These are wild and whirling words my lord Horatio on hamlets speech1.5
I did very well note him Horatio on claudius’ guilt 3.2
Twere to consider too curiously, to consider so Horatio on overthinking 5.1
I am justly killed with mine own treachery Laertes on his death 5.2
If your mind dislike anything, obey it Horatio on intuition 5.2
Now cracks a noble heart, good night sweet prince Horatio on hamlets death 5.2
A violet in the youth of primy nature Laertes on ophelias naive ways 1.3
He himself is subject to his birth Laertes on hamlet being a prince 1.3
O thou vile king give me thy father Laertes says this in anger to claudius 4.5
Ill be revenged most throughly for my father Laertes on revenge, contrasts to hamlet 4.5
To cut his throat i th church Laertes shows anger towards hamlet 4.7
I forbid my tears Laertes after finding out ophelia has drowned 4.7
The devil take thy soul Laertes when hamlet arrives at ophelias funeral 5.1
I do receive your offer like love, i will not wrong it Laertes making peace with hamlet 5.2
And yet it is almost against my conscience Laertes deeling guilty about his plan to kill hamlet 5.2
The foul practice has turned itself on me Laertes on karma 5.2
Exchange forgiveness with me noble hamlet Laertes making peace with hamlet 5.2
I am justly killed with mine own treachery Laertes on his death 5.2
We both obey and here give up ourselves in the full bent Guildenstern on obedience
He does confess he feels himself distracted Rosencrantz on hamlets state of mind
Good lord put your discourse into some frame Guildenstern on hamlets discourse
Take me for a sponge my lord Rosencrantz on hamlets insult
Soaks up the kings countenance Hamlet on r and g being sponges
A knavish speech sleeps in a foolish ear Hamlet on r and g being stupid
Kenneth burke Make it seem that his greatest plays unfolded themselves like a destiny rather than a technical experts scheming
Alexander pope Every single character in shakespeare is as much of an individual as those in life itself
Dryden When he describes anything you more than see it you feel it
Alexander pope Every single character in shakespeare is as much of an individual as those in life itself
Dryden When he describes anything you more than see it you feel it
David tenant hamlet director Gregory doran
Mel gibson hamlet director Franco zeffirelli
Hamlet violent to ophelia in argument scene Branagh
Seemingly virtuous queen What does the ghost call Gertrude that hints that she is deceitful in 1.5
She married o most wicked speed to post Hamlet on gertrudes hasty marriage 1.2
Frailty thy name is woman Hamlets views on gertrude 1.2
Of unimproved mettle, hot and full Horatio on fortinbras 2.1
The serpent that did sting thy fathers life now wears his crown Ghost on who killed him 1.5

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