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] ... And Delius points out that
shortly afterwards to the same challenge Hor. and Mar. give a different response.
Give you good night. Mar. O, farewell ... CLARENDON : This is the only passage
of Sh. in which the word is employed in its earlier and rarer sense [as given by
War- burton]. 14. Coleridge (p ... Which gives the stern'st good-night,' Macb. II, ii, 3
Bernardo hath my place, 17 Give you good night [Exit. Mar. Holla! Bernardo! Ber.
Say, — What ... A piece] Warburton : He says this as he gives his hand [to this
effect War- burton inserted a stage-direction] . Heath and Steevens : It is merely a
... when we are most intensely listening for the sequel, and have our thoughts
diverted from the dreaded sight in expectation of the desired, yet almost dreaded,
tale, — this gives all the suddenness and surprise of the original appearance.
In the Athenceum, 3d April, 1875, C. Eliot Browne gives some notes on Hamlet by
the Earl of Rochester, 176 1, and on the present passage is the following : '
Steaded agrees with an axe, but not with a man ; and signifies loaded with lead.
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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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