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Hamlet, Lord Hamlet. Hamlet! Lord Hamlet!Ham IV.ii.2
She is importunate, indeed distract,She is importunate, indeed distract.Ham IV.v.2
her moode will needs be pittied.Her mood will needs be pitied.Ham IV.v.3.1
She speakes much of her Father; saies she hearesShe speaks much of her father; says she hearsHam IV.v.4
There's trickes i'th'world, and hems, and beats her heart,There's tricks i'th' world, and hems, and beats her heart,Ham IV.v.5
Spurnes enuiously at Strawes, speakes things in doubt,Spurns enviously at straws, speaks things in doubtHam IV.v.6
That carry but halfe sense: Her speech is nothing,That carry but half sense. Her speech is nothing.Ham IV.v.7
Yet the vnshaped vse of it doth moueYet the unshaped use of it doth moveHam IV.v.8
The hearers to Collection; they ayme at it,The hearers to collection. They aim at it,Ham IV.v.9
And botch the words vp fit to their owne thoughts,And botch the words up fit to their own thoughts,Ham IV.v.10
Which as her winkes, and nods, and gestures yeeld them,Which, as her winks and nods and gestures yield them,Ham IV.v.11
Indeed would make one thinke there would be thought,Indeed would make one think there might be thought,Ham IV.v.12
Though nothing sure, yet much vnhappily.Though nothing sure, yet much unhappily.Ham IV.v.13
Saylors sir, they say they haueSeafaring men, sir. They say they haveHam
Letters for you.letters for you.Ham
All. ALL
Treason, Treason.Treason! Treason!Ham V.ii.317