The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke

The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1611 edition. Excerpt: ... i: bed vppon In' net-fight lie: hia' do'n: oppon a buck; afflaren, flveseeixgsi/eim AstnpeJe-uea him.. m," "m, m m' other man, take: offhu crowne, 'hymn potfon m the eyen turn, and In' 'lfl him; 'he Anne retxrnenfind: 'he King deaflabex passisiamt' ushamthe pqfuer n-ill: some three er shun come: in again-e, seeme to coude/e wit/s her, the ded sual) i: carried-away 'the Poyflngr p," the Queen: ivit/sgifirst-e ram harsb awhi/esin m eke end any," Int Syria, What meanes this my Lord? am. Many tia munching file/Into, it meanes mischiese. Oyls. Belike this show imports the argument of the play. Ha-n. We shall know by this sellow, Lmz, F, S, . The playets cannot keepe they'le tell all. Op/ze. Will a tell us what this shew meant t' Ham. I or any (how that you will show him, be not you ashausd to show heele not shame to tell you what ir meanes, Oph. You are naught, you are naught, lle marhe the play. Prologue. For 's and for out Tragedie, Heere Hooping to your elementie, We begge your hearing patiently. Ham' ls this a Prologue or the posie of a ting t Ophe. Tis breefe my Lord. Ham. As womaus loue. Eneer King ouLQwene. King. Full thirty times hath Pha 'm Cat tgonc round Nepnmn salt wash. 'nd Teflw orb-d the ground, And-thirty dosen moones with borrowed sheene About the world haue times twelue thin-ties been e Since loue our hearts, and Hymen did out hands Vnite comutuall in most sacred hands, Ogee. So many ioutneyes may the Sunne and Moone Make vs againe count ore ere loue bee doone, But woe is me you are so' sicke oflate, So farre from cheere, and from your former state, That I disirust you, yet though ldislrust, Distomsott you my Lord it nothing must. Priam' ofbemarke. For women feare too mudneuen as they loue, And womens...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236864964
  • 9781236864963