Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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... nor, perhaps, could it much misbecome 'us to remember, amidst our triumphs
over the nonsensical and ' senseless, that we likewise are men; that debemur
morti, and, as 'Swift observed to Burnet, shall soon be among the dead ourselves.
Jennens : Perhaps a line has been omitted here, by mistake, somewhat like the
following: 'Tremendous prodigies in heav'n appear'd.' Hunter (ii, 2, 15) suggests, '
In the heavens above strange portents did appear.' 117, "8. Malone: When Sh.
2) : As it has been conjectured that a line has been here lost, perhaps we might
read : 'And as the earth, so portents fiW d the sky, Asters, with trains of fire,' &c.
Disaster is used as a verb in Ant. <5r» Chop. II, vii, 18, and it has therefore been ...
134): The cock used to crow when Garrick acted Hamlet, and, perhaps, also
when that part was played by some of his successors ; but now-a-days managers
have done wisely in striking the cock from the list of the Dramatis Personse.
Ill, ii, 194; III, iii, 14. 39. duty) Walker (Crit. i, 277): Perhaps service; at any rate '
duty' is wrong. 41. nothing] Tschis:hwitz; Here used adverbially and like
something, m And now, Laertes, what's the news with you ? 42 30 HAMLET [act 1
, sc. ii.
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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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