Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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Tschischwitz finds a * psychological motive ' in thus representing Bernardo as so
forgetful of all military use and wont as to challenge Francisco who is on guard.
Evidently Bernardo is afraid to meet the Ghost all alone, and it is because he ...
Tschischwitz : The philosophic Horatio conceives the personality of man, in its
outward manifestation merely, as only a piece of himself. Moltke : It is not without
significance that Sh. makes Horatio return a different answer to this question than
Tschisch- WITZ : Exactly corresponding to the Ital. approvare. 31, 32. assail, fortify
] Elze: Appropriate in the mouth of a soldier. 33. What . . . seen.] Hanmer gives
this line to Mar. ; and Jennens follows him, thus explaining the change : Mar.
Tschischwitz : Evil spirits were not exorcised by the sign of the cross alone, but
cried out to the exorciser the Latin hexameter Signa te signa, tenure me tangis et
angis, a verse which being a palindrome reveals its diabolic origin. Moltke: See ...
Tschischwitz also follows Pope, because the plural Polacks would signify the
whole Polish army, and it would be monstrous to suppose that the whole army
could travel in sleighs ; the ' sledded Polack ' is therefore merely the Polish king,
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