Imagery in Hamlet

What are the 3 Images in Hamlet Disease, Flowers and weeds and clothing and makeup
H to G: ‘Here is your husband, like a mildewed ear’
H on C: ‘prolongs thy sickly days’
C on H: Disease desperate grown, by desperate appliance are relieved
C: ‘England, thou ‘ must cure me
H to G: Whilst rank corruption mining all within infects unseen’
the native hue of resolution is sicklied o’er with the pale cast of thought
Marcellus: Something is rotten in the State of Denmark
H: ’tis an unweeded garden that goes to seed
H to G: ‘Do not spread the compost on the weeds to make them ranker’
‘show me the steep and thorny way to heaven whiles like a puffed and reckless libertine, himself the primrose path of dalliance treads’
‘Pansies, that’s for thought
Rosemary, Pansies, Fennel, Columbines, rue, daisy, no violets remebrance, thought, flattery, infideltiy, repentence, unequited love, no fidelity
There with fantastic garlands she did come of crow flower, nettles, daisies and long purples
I thought thy bride-bed to have decked sweet maid, and not have strwd thy grave’
L on O: A violet in the youth of primy nature
L on O: from her fair and unpolluted flesh may violets spring
H to G: I have that within which passes show these but the trappings and suits of woe
H to O; God has given you one face and you make yourself another
H to O: Let the devil wear black, for Ill have a suit of sables
P: for the apparel oft proclaims the man
C:sin like ‘the harlots cheek, beautied with the plastering art’

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