Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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Knt, Dyce i, 103. compulsative] compul/atory Qq, Del. Mob. Warb. Cap. Jen. Steev
. Var. Sing, i, 100. is] Om. Q4Qj. Glo.+, Mob. has the same sense as improve. This
last word Nares defines by * to reprove or refute; as from improbo, Latin.
135 125. climatures] climature Dyce Spreading his Arms. Rowe+, Jen. conj.
White, Dyce ii, Huds. 129, 130. Speak...done] Pope. One countrymen.'] contrimen.
Q^. line, QqFf. countrymen Jen. 131, 132. One line, Ff, Rowe. Re-enter Ghost.]
What mean these sad and melancholy moods P Dyce : Nothing can be plainer
than that Ham., throughout this speech, is dwelling entirely on the outward and
visible signs of sadness. 82. shows] Dyce (ed. 2) : I once felt inclined to adopt ...
Dyce, Sta. Del. Huds. 20. Carve] Clarke (Note on ' Carver,' Rich. II: II, iii, 144). Sh.
uses the verb to * carve ' very expressively to signify * hew recklessly ' and to '
select selfishly' 21. safety] Theobald (SE Rest. p. 22) conjectured that 'sanctity' of
Ham Warb. Jen. Coll. ii. reade FxFa, Cald. read F3F4, Rowe, Johns. Cap. Steev.
Var. Knt, Coll. i, Dyce, White, Huds. 52. Scene vi. Pope +, Jen. Enter Polonius.]
Cap. After reed Qq. After not Ff, Rowe + , Jen. 53. [Kneeling to Polonius. Cap. 55.
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