Act IV, scene V of Shakespeare's Hamlet. This is the beginning of Ophelia's so-called descent into "madness." She enters a room in Elsinore Castle, and delivers the following lines in front of Gertrude and Horatio. She fears for Hamlet's plight.
"I hope all will be well. We must be patient, but I cannot choose but weep, to think they should lay him i' th' cold ground. My brother shall know of it, and so I thank you for your good counsel. Come, my coach! Good night, ladies. Good night, sweet ladies. Good night, good night."
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