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Which is your favourite line from a Shakespeare play or poem?

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"To be or not to be, that is the question" from Hamlet.
by Finy
For me, it is the same as Finy, I love 'To be or not to be'.
why do you two like this one?
by lynne
A few reasons. It was the first Shakespeare quote that I was introduced to - all be it in a way of parody through Star Trek. Hamlet is also my favourite Shakespeare play, and finally. But I think it ultimately comes down to the question, which is so profound, and truly shows how wretched the character is feeling. It is a question that many unfortunately face and ask themselves.
Mostly I don't understand Shakespeare but I like the 3 witches and their "Double double toil and trouble, Fire burn and Cauldron bubble" and I quite like “With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.”
― William Shakespeare
Oh yeah, that's a great line too.
"Parting such sweet sorrow"... I have used this quote from Romeo and Juliet so many times!
'Is this a dagger, which I see before me?'.......the Scottish Play!

'Friends, Romans, Countrymen'.....'Julius Caesar'.

'Do not a lender be'.....'Hamlet'.

'He doth bestride the world like a Colossus'......'Julius Caesar'.
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