I can’t stop thinking about punctuation, apparently – or maybe, because this speech is so familiar, the punctuation is the new thing in play here.
These editors have completed this sentence with an exclamation point; the seldom used exclamatory end stop somehow gets used here?
Are they attempting to suggest strong surprise at spotting Ophelia?
Is it that Ophelia’s wearing a crazy party hat, a feather boa and a pair of overalls?
Maybe not so fair now, eh, Hamlet?
I’d like to see a Ophelia be something more than fair.