Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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9. heart] Hunter (ii, 212) : As no particular reason appears for the melancholy of
this insignificant personage, it is probable that the poet meant by this little artifice
to prepare the minds of the spectators for a tragical story. Such a remark at the ...
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 ...
Among the reasons for supposing the Earl of Derby (who died 1594) to have
been bewitched is the following : « On Friday there appeared a tall man who
twice crossed him swiftly ; and when the Earl came to the place where he saw
this man, ...
The king's politic and parliamentary reasons for marrying the queen remind us of
the similar motives which an eminent writer supposes to have influenced Henry
VIII in his prompt remarriages. 13. dole] Sandys (Sh. Illust. by the Dialect of ...
You cannot speak of reason to the Dane, And lose your voice ; what wouldst thou
beg, Laertes, 45 That shall not be my offer, not thy asking ? The head is not more
native to the heart, The hand more instrumental to the mouth, Than is the ...
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