Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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Ghost of Hamlet's Father. Scene: Elsinore* 1 Dramatis Persons] First given by
Rowe, 8 Rosencrantz] Theob. RosenerAus. Rowe, Rosencraus. Pope, Jen.
Rosin- CROSSE. Han. »Elsinore] Mai. Elsinoor. Rowe +. Elsinour. Cap. Elsineur.
1821) : Read ' Horatio, and Marcellus The rival of &c. because Hor. is a
gentleman of no profession, and there is but one person in each watch. Cal-
decott: See corrival, 1 Hen. IV: I, iii, 207, and IV, iv, 31. Wedgwood : Lat. rivalis,
explained in ...
... same person, who, but a line or two ' after, calls the apparition " this dreaded
sight," should, in this line, call it " this thing" ? The levity of the expression, and the
question itself, are suited to the unbelieving but eager Hor.' Collier gives it to Hor.
33. sit we] Abbott, g 361, considers this so-called imperative in the first person
plural as the subjunctive, i. e. ' suppose we sit down?' ' what if we sit down ?'
Compare ' Break we our watch up,' line 168 of this scene. M. Coleridge : In the
Coleridge: Note the judgement displayed in having the two persons present, who
, as having seen the Ghost before, are naturally eager in confirming their former
opinions, — whilst the skeptic is silent, and, after having been twice addressed ...
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