This quote from the play comes in Act V scene 1, and is uttered by Gertrude as she throws flowers on the grave of Ophelia. Let us just remember briefly what it is that she says: Sweets to the sweet, farewell!
What is he whose grief?
HAMLET. (comes forward) What is he whose grief. Bears such an emphasis, whose phrase of sorrow. Conjures the wandering stars, and makes them stand.
who said Bear Hamlet like a soldier to the stage? (Act V, ii, 385 – 395) The quotation is in line 385 – 395 in Act V Scene II, and is said by Prince Fortinbras. Here the story ends as people and Prince Fortinbras honor Hamlet for the man he was. The theme would be the mourning of what a good king Hamlet would have been if he had been given the chance to prove himself.
who said I am justly killed with mine own treachery?
Laertes has created a plan with King Claudius to kill Hamlet, and all of the events to enact this plan have led up to this quote. Laertes wants to kill Hamlet for revenge because Hamlet killed his father, Polonius, and his sister, Ophelia, also died as a result.
Who says the rest is silence in Hamlet?
It is according to Alfred Hart, 3,535 lines long . My paper, you’ll be relieved to hear, is merely about one line of the play. ‘The rest,’ says Hamlet at the end of the 1604 (second) quarto version of the play named after him, ‘The rest is silence.
What does Sweet to the sweet mean?
As accessteacher says, “sweets to the sweet” refers to the flowers that Gertrude scatters over Ophelia’s grave.
Why is it a woodcock?
When Laertes’ is cut by his own sword, again he speaks for Hamlet, “Why, as a woodcock to mine own springe, Osric. I am justly killed with mine own treachery.” Traps from which they cannot extricate themselves catch both Hamlet and Laertes.
Why what a king is this?
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern do not know that Hamlet has replaced the letters, and thus, according to Hamlet, their demise will be due to their own actions in delivering the letters to the English king. Claudius’ behavior horrifies Horatio. “Why what a king is this!” he exclaims.
What wilt thou do for her?
What wilt thou do for her? I loved Ophelia. Forty thousand brothers, if you added all their love together, couldn’t match mine. For the love of God, be patient with him.
What does Gertrude say before dying?
Was Gertrude’s death an accident or a suicide? Gertrude’s exact words are, “The Queen carouses to thy fortune, Hamlet” and then after Claudius commands her not to drink, she says, “I will, my lord. I pray you pardon me” (5.2. 265-268).
What are Laertes dying words?
Laertes, poisoned by his own sword, declares, “I am justly kill’d with my own treachery” (V. ii. 318). The queen moans that the cup must have been poisoned, calls out to Hamlet, and dies.
How does Hamlet die?
Laertes succeeds in wounding Hamlet, though Hamlet does not die of the poison immediately. Hamlet then stabs Claudius through with the poisoned sword and forces him to drink down the rest of the poisoned wine. Claudius dies, and Hamlet dies immediately after achieving his revenge.
Did Gertrude drink the poison on purpose?
In the final scene, Gertrude notices Hamlet is tired during the fight with Laertes, and offers to wipe his brow. She drinks a cup of poison intended for Hamlet by the King, against the King’s wishes, and dies, shouting in agony as she falls: “No, no, the drink,—O my dear Hamlet—The drink, the drink! I am poison’d.”