Quotations for Exam

“Taint not thy mind”
“O speak to me no more.
These words like daggers
enter in my ears. No more,
sweet Hamlet.”
“The beauty of the world, the
paragon of animals, and yet
what to me is this quintessence
of dust?”
“Good night, ladies; good night,
sweet ladies; good night, good
“To hell, allegiance! vows, to the
blackest devil! I dare
damnation. Let come what
comes; only I'll be reveng'd
Most thoroughly for my father.”
“There is nothing either good or
bad but thinking makes it so”
“There are more things in
heaven and earth, Horatio, than
are dreamt of in your
“Something is rotten in the
State of Denmark”
“Imperious Caesar dead, and
turn’d to clay, Might stop a hole
to keep the wind away.”
“To be or not to be, that is the
“Though this be madness, there
is method in ‘t.”
“Brevity is the soul of wit.”
“O, my offense is rank, it smells
to heaven.”
“O! that this too too solid flesh
would melt, thaw and resolve
itself into a dew; Or that the
Everlasting had not fixed His
canon ‘gainst self-slaughter!”
“Now cracks a noble heart.
Good-night sweet prince, And
flights of angels sing thee to thy
“The play’s the thing wherein I’ll
catch the conscience of the
“The rest is silence”
“This above all: to thine own
self be true and it must follow,
as the night the day, Thou canst
not be false to any man.”
“Get thee to a nunnery, go.”
“My words fly up, my thoughts
remain below: Words without
thoughts never to heaven go.”