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FAMOUS QUOTES FROM HAMLET SICK AT HEARTFrancisco is happy to do this thanking Bernardo and saying tis it is bitter cold And I am sick at heart it is very cold and I am sick at heart a line which symbolizes the mood of this play and the state of tension in Denmark NOT A MOUSE STIRRINGBefore leaving we learn from Francisco that it has been a quiet watch with Not a mouse stirring not a mouse moving FOR THIS RELIEF MUCH THANKSFrancisco hears the approach of two men whom we soon learn are the soldiers Horatio and Marcellus who identify themselves as being loyal to Denmark Before leaving Francisco tells Marcellus that Bernardo has relieved him PROLOGUE TO THE OMEN COMING ON THE MORN IN RUSSET MANTLE CLAD A LITTLE MORE THAN KIN AND LESS THAN KINDHamlet makes his first observation suspiciously commenting in an aside a speech sharing his private thoughts with the audience that Claudius who referred to him as a son is A little more than kin family and less than kind a little more than family and less than kind def2Hamlets first words in the play show him playing with words in order to state a paradox Claudius is twice related to him as uncle and stepfather but not really his kin or kind at all O THAT THIS TOO TOO SOLID FLESH WOULD MELTAt the opening of his first soliloquy Hamlet expresses a longing for a gentle escape from this world FRAILTY THY NAME IS WOMANSo angry is Hamlet that he generalizes that all woman like his mother are weak when he says Frailty thy your name is woman IN MY MINDS EYEHamlet now mentions that he believes he has seen his father in my minds eye Horatio agreeing that King Hamlet was a goodly king Hamlet agrees and now Horatio describes what he Bernardo and Marcellus have seen describing The Ghost as a
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