Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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Ed.] Francisco, as the sentinel on guard, has the right of insisting on the watch-
word, which is given in Bernardo's answer. 3. king] Malone supposed this
sentence to have been the watch-word, but Pye (p. 308) believes that it
corresponds to ...
Horatio, being the invited guest, remains in the background, attentive and
expectant, while Marcellus is more forward in his zeal to convince Horatio of the
truth of his story.' White : Horatio does not yet believe that the Ghost appeared at
How now, Horatio ! you tremble and look pale ; Is not' this something more than
fantasy? What think you on't? 55 Hot. Before my God, I might not this believe
Without the sensible and true avouch Of mine own eyes. Mar. Is it not like the king
... as it would have been written in Shakespeare's time, sturdier Moltke believes
that he has discovered the correct reading on aesthetic as well as philological
grounds; Sh. wishes to portray to us the character of the deceased king, which
It is of little moment to ask if Lucan had been translated when Sh. wrote Hamlet.
The earliest published translation, I believe, is that by Sir Arthur Gorges, 1614.
108. be] Abbott, $ 299 : As a rule it will be found that be is used with some notion
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Arguably the best play by Shakespeare. Hamlet is the best. 'Something rotten' in Denmarkand it engulfed the young Prince. Will read it again and again. Vollständige Rezension lesen
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