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Moreover that, over and above the fact that. Our hasty sending, our sending for you in such haste. Sith, since; from " Here used illatively; in 1. What it should be, what it is probable that it should be. I cannot dream of, I cannot conceive in the faintest degree, by the wildest flight of imagination.
That, redundant owing to the parenthesis; vouchsafe your rest, be good enough to remain. Whether, metrically a monosyllable. To whom he more adheres, for whom he has a closer regard: But, though you might have commanded rather than entreated, we are just as ready to obey.
To be commanded, to be put to such purposes as you may direct. God grant that he may find pleasure in our society and help in our actions on his behalf; cp.
Upon our first, at our first audience with him to state the object of our mission; sent out issued orders. Receives rebuke, is rebuked by, and loyally accepts rebuke.
So levied as before, levied in the manner already mentioned. It likes us well, we are well satisfied; on the frequency of impersonal verbs in Early and Elizabethan English, see Abb.
For instances of an indefinite and apparently not passive use of passive participles, see Abb. But let that go, but let that pass, never mind about further discussion of that point; matter, what is material.
I have stated the case as regards his being mad, and of his madness being due to some cause or other and now I come to my conclusion showing what the cause is of the madness which I have demonstrated. Perpend, weigh carefully what I am about to say; the word here used by Polonius in all seriousness, occurs again in the affected jargon of the Clowns in A.
Shakespeare uses the word again in T. I send these writings to her hoping they may find a place in, etc.
Which being writ to me, shall be delivered Even in the milk-white bosom of thy love. I will be faithful, I will keep nothing back, will reveal to you everything I know myself.
There is a climax here. For the use of the prefix be- see Abb. Polonins is deeply scandalized at the idea of his infallibility being called in question. If circumstances lead me, if I have any facts to guide me, any clue to follow up. Staunton and Eltze have shown that in Elizabethan writing four and forty were frequently used in this indefinite way.
To Indian students their own panch chahar will at once occur. Excellent well, thoroughly well; for adjectives used as adverbs, see Abb.
Polonius is indignant that his honesty should be doubted. How say you by that? For instances of by meaning about, concerning, see Abb. But Hamlet turns it to the opposite.
These tedious old fools! Relieved of the empty verbiage of the old man, Hamlet at once returns to his natural self, though ready to assume his "antic disposition" at the appearance of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.
Then is doomsday near, then must the end of the world, the day of judgement lie at hand. Then is the world one, then must the whole world be a prison, if Denmark, so happy and free, is one. The former seems to be the more probable origin.
No such matter, I cannot allow of that, sc.This speech in Hamletis spoken, of course, by Hamlet after the Player King has delivered his moving monologue about Hecuba.
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