Hamlet's Soliloquy, Act II, Scene ii - PBS
Wherein I'll catch the conscience of the king. 605 1A character from the story of the Trojan war; she is one of the characters described in the speech by the player that Hamlet is responding to. 2Pigeons and doves were believed to be mild and to lack "gall," one of the four "humours" that make up the body in the current belief.
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