Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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Last night of all, 35 When yond same star that's westward from the pole Had
made his course to illume that part of heaven Where now it burns, Marcellus and
myself, The bell then beating one, — Enter Ghost Mar. Peace, break thee off; look
O heaven ! words are wasted on those who feel, and to those who do not feel, the
exquisite judgment of Sh. in this scene, what can be said ? Hume himself could
not but have had faith in this Ghost dramatically, let his anti-ghostism have been ...
Did sometimes march ? by heaven I charge thee, speak ! Mar. It is offended Ber.
See, it stalks away ! SO Hor. Stay ! speak, speak ! I charge thee, speak ! [Exit
Ghost. Mar. Tis gone, and will not answer, Ber. How now, Horatio ! you tremble
Hunter (ii, 2, 15) suggests, ' In the heavens above strange portents did appear.'
117, "8. Malone: When Sh. had told us that the 'graves stood tenantless,' &c.,
Which are wonders confined to the earth, he naturally proceeded to say (in the
Dyce pronounces the passage hopelessly mutilated, and in his 2d ed. terms
Leo's alterations « most wretched,' and also gives a MS. emendation by Boaden,
supplying the missing line thus : * The heavens, too, spoke in silent prodigies ; As
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