Hamlet's thinking of Gertrude in Act 3 of Hamlet with examples from the play??

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Hamlet still is concerned with his mother's hasty marriage to Claudius. Much of the plat is about Hamlet's obsession with his mother's lack of loyalty to her first husband as well as her sexual habits. In act 3 sc 2 Hamlet is complaining about the prologue to the play. Ophelia says that it is brief and Hamlet directs his comment towards his mother when he says "As woman’s love."

Is this a prologue or the posy of a ring?

'Tis brief, my lord.

As woman’s love.