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33 Cards in this Set

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1.1
Prologue to the omen (Hamlet)
1.2
O most wicked speed (Hamlet)
1.3
Ungracious pastors (Ophelia)
1.4
Be thou spirit of health or goblin damned. (Hamlet)
1.5
Remember me (Ghost)
2.1
Your bait of falsehood takes this carp of truth... by indirections find directions out. (Polonius)
2.2a
Use you(...) to gather and glean (Cladius)
2.2b
His father's death and our o'erhasty marraige (Gertrude)
2.2c
Makes vow(...) to never more give th' assay of arms (Voltemand)
2.2d
I will be brief. Your noble son is mad(...) At such a time I will loose. (Polonius)
2.2e
Fishmonger... 1 in 10,000 (Hamlet)
2.2f
To visit you (Rosencrantz)
2.2g
Aeneas' tale to Dido (Hamlet)
2.2h
The Murder of Gonzago? (Hamlet)
2.2i
Rogue and peasant slave(...) The play's the thing(...) (Hamlet)
3.1a
That seeing unseen, we may of their encounter frankly judge. (Claudius)
3.1b
To be or not to be-that is the question: (Hamlet)
3.2
He poisons him i' th' garden for's estate. (Hamlet)
3.3
My offense is rank, it smells to heaven. (Claudius)
3.4
A rash and bloody deed. (Gertrude)
4.1
It would had been so with us had we been there. (Claudius)
4.2
Sponge(...that) soaks up the King's countenance. (Hamlet)
4.3
At supper (to Claudius) (Hamlet)
4.4
How all occasions do inform against me, and spur my dull revenge (egg shell) (Hamlet)
4.5
Ophelia's Madness/ The doors are broke. (Claudius)
4.6
I alone became their prisoner. (Horatio/Hamlet)
4.7
Unbated Foils(114) I'll annoint my sword(116) A chalice(135) (Claudius/Laertes)
5.1a
How long will aman lie i' th' earth ere he rot? Alexander/Imp Caesar (Hamlet)
5.1b
What ceremony else? What ceremony else? (Laertes)
5.1c
Thou pray'st not well. (Hamlet)
5.2a
Yeoman's service. (Hamlet)
5.2b
Six Barbary horses against Six French swords. (Hamlet)
5.2c
A woodcock to mine own springe. (Laertes)