Love in the play Hamlet

HAMLET about how much he loves Ophelia I loved Ophelia, forty thousand brothers could not, with all their quantity of love, make up my sum
OPHELIA: How Hamlet has told her he loves her (2) with almost all the holy vows of heaven
OPHELIA: How Hamlet has told her he loves her (1) He hath importuned me with love in honourable fashion
CLAUDIUS: Telling Laertes about his relationship with Gertrude she is so conjunctive to my life and soul
CLAUDIUS: Begging forgiveness, realises he still profits from his actions My crown, mine own ambition, and my queen
HAMLET: About his attitude to Gertrude I shall speak daggers to her, but I will use none
GERTRUDE: Grieving Ophelia I hope thou shouldst have been Hamlet’s wife
OPHELIA: To Laertes, when mad I would give you violets but they withered all when my father died
LAERTES: Speaking of Ophelia I tell thee, churlish priest, a minstring angel my sister shall my sister be, when thou liest in hell
HAMLET: Love for his father I’ll be most thoroughly avenged for my father
POLONIUS: About Hamlet’s courting of Ophelia I’ll lose my daughter to him

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