Gertrude


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Gertrude

“Frailty, thy name is woman!” [Br. Lit.: Hamlet]
References in classic literature ?
Gertrude Wilmot, a tall thin woman of fifty who worked in the Winesburg post office, came along the station platform.
Miss Gertrude Lindsay, in pale sea-green, had a small head, delicate complexion, and pearly teeth.
Stuff, Gertrude," said Agatha, with a touch of earnestness.
Miss Wylie," said Gertrude, becoming scarlet: "you are very--oh
But dear Gertrude Chiltern is always telling me that I should have some serious purpose in life.
I wish it was mine, but Gertrude won't let me wear anything but pearls, and I am thoroughly sick of pearls.
Gertrude, what you tell me may be true, but it happened many years ago.
Sheldon, that you read Gertrude Atherton's 'American Wives and English Husbands.
And there was Gertrude Le Boeuf, as fair a maiden as eye could see, but as bad and bitter as the rest of them.
A very few weeks after the death of King Hamlet, Claudius married Gertrude.
Suggestions on details (the line numbers are those adopted in the 'Globe' edition and followed in most others): I, ii: Notice particularly the difference in the attitude of Hamlet toward Claudius and Gertrude respectively and the attitude of Claudius toward him.
Gertrude is enamored of Guy; how high, how aristocratic, how Roman his mien and manners