Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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Hunter (ii, 2, 15) suggests, ' In the heavens above strange portents did appear.'
117, "8. Malone: When Sh. had ... I suspect that the words • As stars ' are a
corruption, and that the lost words, as suggested by the passage in Jul. Cos. II, ii,
Colleagued] From the definition of the word ' Collogue, blanditiis tentare' given by
Skinner, Theobald suggested collogue, that is, * he being flattered, imposed on,
eajoPd by the dream of his Advantage," he, however, did not adopt it in his text, ...
Elze ingeniously suggests that 'allow ' may be in the subjunctive, and
TSCHISCHWITZ roundly asserts that it is, « because it is preceded by the idea of
comparison implied by " than," which in Old English and Anglo-Saxon usually
governed the ...
ST Polonius] Walker (Crit. ii, 32): A critic who should suggest that 'Polo nius ... 64.
and] Warburton suggested ' Kind my son,' or, as we now say, « Good my son,'
whereby, Warburton thinks, a pertinence is gained for Hamlet's reply, which it ...
Farmer suggested that a quibble was here intended between ' sun ' and son.
Caldecott : Adopting this suggestion of Farmer's, the passage must mean, ' I have
too much about me of the character of expectancy, at the same time that I am torn
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