HAMLET- Act 4, Scene 7

Which quote demonstrates Gertrude’s focus on appearances but also her love for Hamlet? “Lives almost by his looks…”
Which quote demonstrates Hamlet, not Claudius, in reality gives Gertrude purpose, as Polonius gave Ophelia purpose? “…the star moves not but in his sphere…”
Which quote demonstrates Claudius’s inner conflict between his desire for power and his love (or lust) for Gertrude? “My virtue or my plague…”
Which quote demonstrates that Claudius’s love for Gertrude may be more than purely animalistic lust? “…She’s so conjunctive to my life and soul…”
Which quote demonstrates the nature of Claudius’s opposition to Hamlet (link to Act 3, Scene 1) “…my arrows, too slightly timbered for so loud a wind…”
How does Laertes continue the theme of consumerism surrounding Ophelia? “A sister driven into desperate terms, Whose worth… Stood challenger on mount of all the age…”
Which quote ironically is used to insult Laertes tactically but is actually a description of Claudius’s nature? “…the painting of a sorrow, A face without a heart…”
Which quote seems to suggest that Hamlet by his very nature is unable to fully fulfill his promise of revenge? “Time qualifies the spark and fire of it…”
Which quote demonstrates Claudius’s realization of Hamlet as being obviously subversive? “But, to the quick o’er the ulcer…”
How does Laertes demonstrate his possible recklessness or strength of resolve? “To cut his throat i’the church.”
Which quote demonstrates that Ophelia’s loss of purity caused her downfall? “There is a willow grows aslant a brook…”
Which quote demonstrates a duality between naturalism and death? “..crow-flowers, nettles, daisies and long purples.”‘Long purples’ are known as ‘dead men’s fingers’.
Which quote suggests Ophelia’s (possibly sexual) longing for a recognized union with Hamlet as the cause of her madness? “…her coronet weeds Clambering to hang…”
Which quote demonstrates the ethereal version of Ophelia’s death,as described by Gertrude, raising doubts over its validity? “…Her clothes spread wide… mermaid-like…”
Which quote demonstrates that Ophelia was victim to Polonius’s manipulation? “Too much of water hast thou, poor Ophelia…”