Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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... we remember that he came to see the old king's funeral, and that took place
nearly two months before, and in that time he might well have learned all the
political news; but then he must have been about the court, and it is a little
strange that ...
... was the work not of an hour nor of a day, but perhaps of weeks; it must have
taken some time for this knowledge to have reached the king's ears; then Laertes
has 'returned in secret 'from France, feeds on his wonder, keeps himself in clouds
In the same figure, like the king that's dead. 41 Mar. Thou art a scholar ; speak to
it, Horatio. Ber. Looks it not like the king ? mark it, Horatio. Hot, Most like ; it
harrows me with fear and wonder. Ber. It would be spoke to. Mar. Question it,
Tieck supposes (and so translates) that the king ' dashed his sliding Pole axe on
the ice.' ' Sledded,' he adds, ' according to a license frequent in Sh., stands for *
sledding,' which Tieck mistook for ' sliding.' The folly of this interpretation and its ...
The idea, therefore, conveyed by the word 'smite' must be personal to the king ; it
must be some gesture, not a blow delivered on an enemy. What, therefore, more
natural than that he should strike his Poleaxe violently on the ice, just as any ...
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