Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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If his text appears to follow the Cambridge Edition, it is merely because that
edition has been used to print from. It has been his settled principle, as it was that
of Dr Johnson: 'that the reading of the ancient books is probably true, and there'
German actors and stage-managers have long felt a want unknown in English-
speaking lands. There are probably not three theatres in Germany that use the
same translation or adaptation of Shakespeare. To meet this want of uniformity, ...
[See III, iii, 4, where the verb of motion is omitted; as in 'Let's along,' which Abbott
says is 'still a common Americanism," it is probably local rather than common ; I
have never heard it.— Ed.] 27. minutes] Steevens: See Ford, The Fancies Chaste
Knight explains the omission of these lines in the Ff on the ground that
Shakespeare probably suppressed this magnificent description of the omens
which preceded the fall of « the mightiest Julius ' after he had written Jul. Cas.
Hunter (ii, 214) ...
II, vii, 18, and it has therefore been conjectured that we should read Disastering
here. Collier thinks that these lines are probably irretrievably corrupt, but that
there is no sufficient reason for supposing a line to have been lost, adding, ' We ...
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