Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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The latter by his reply of ' He ' implies that he is present body and soul (for he and
Marcellus have no longer any doubt; they have already seen the apparition with
their own eyes) ; whereas Horatio by his answer implies that owing to his ...
I have seen nothing. Mar. Horatio says 'tis but our fantasy, And will not let belief
take hold of him Touching this dreaded sight, twice seen of us ; 25 Therefore I
have entreated him along With us to watch the minutes of this night, That if again
But we may omit the comma, and take ' what * . . seen ' as an epexegesis of *
story.' [See Abbott, § 252.] 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
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 ...
... and Horatio could not have seen the frown on his face.' Wherefore, he
concludes, there is greater likelihood of finding verbal obscurities in Sh.'s text
than downright nonsense. Elze and Delius follow the English commentators, and
scout the ...
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