Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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... and of some thirty modern editions, together with Notes and Comments from
the Editors whose texts are collated, and, added to these, such verbal and
grammatical criticisms from other quarters as seemed to be valuable ; in some
As another instance of the way in which the long time is adroitly insinuated in this
Play, note the passage, where Claudius describes to the Queen the events that
have followed the death of Polonius: 'the people are muddied, thick, 'and ...
... and it is because he feels so unmanned that his last words to Francisco are to
bid Horatio and Marcellus make haste. [For other instances of irregularities in
metre, which may be explained by the custom of placing ejaculations,
Exit the Ghost 61. he] Om. Ff. FxFa. 62. frownd] f round Y^. 53. Horatio] Corson: '
Horatio' should be uttered with an unequal upward wave, expressing the triumph
of the speaker in the confirmation of his report. 55. on't] For instances of the use ...
[Theobald made it (SE Rest. p. 5), using a comma instead of a colon.] 20. disjoint)
For other instances of the omission, in participles, of ed after d or /, see Walker (
Crit. ii, 324) and Abbott, \ 342, also « deject,' m, i, 155; 'bloat, III, iv, 182; 'hoist,' III,
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