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Hamlet and R&G

Quotes from each play compared with the other. Lessons in Death, God and Theatre

LetterQuoteLesson - Text
T Twere the mirror up to nature Theatre - Hamlet
C Chroniclers of the time Theatre - Hamlet
S Suit the action to the word, the word to the action Theatre - Hamlet
C Carnal, bloody and unnatural acts Theatre - Hamlet
T There is an art to the building up of suspense Theatre - R&G
T They should all burn in their shoes Theatre - R&G
C Comic pornographer and a rabble of prostitutes Theatre - R&G
P Place without any visible character Theatre - R&G
T There's a divinity that shapes our ends God - Hamlet
M Massy wheel fixed upon the point of the highest mount God - Hamlet
U Unweeded garden God - Hamlet
S Something rotten God - Hamlet
W We are entitled to some direction God - R&G
G Give us this day our daily mask God - R&G
D Divine intervention God - R&G
D Decides? It is written God - R&G
U Unhouseled, disapointed, unaneled Death - Hamlet
A A villian kills my father and for that, I, his sole son, do this same villian send to heaven Death - Hamlet
I Is she to be given Christian burial when she wilfully seeks her own salvation Death - Hamlet
G Good night, sweet prince Death - Hamlet
I I'm sick to death of it Death - R&G
W With light goes with life Death - R&G
H He just wasn't convincing Death - R&G
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