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"brow of woe"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 1-7
Rules of Succession
Allusion
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 1-14
"Upon his will, I sealed my hard content"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 57-61
"more than kin" and "'i' the sun"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 64-67
"coldly"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 176-183
"temple waxes"
Allusion
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 11-18
"Carve for himself"
Allusion
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 14-24
"rear of your affection"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 29-34
"The canker galls"
Allusion
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 38-40
"in the morn and liquid dew"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 41-44
"youth to itself rebels"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 43-44
"way to heaven"
Allusion
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 45-51a
Proverb: Recks not his own Rede
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
"tender"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 101-109
"crack the wind"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 105-109
"fashion"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 110-112
"fire"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 115-120
"brokers"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 120-131
"Hillo"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 5
Lines 117-118
"by Saint Patrick"
Allusion
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 5
Lines 140-142
"strange" and "stranger"
Language
Hamlet
Act 1,
Scene 5
Lines 171-172
"incontinency"
Allusion
Hamlet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 28-35a
"cast beyond ourselves"
Language
Hamlet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 111-117
"in the full bent"
Language
Hamlet
Act 2,
Scene 2
Lines 29-31

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