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Mr . Steevens considers the passage as extremely elliptical , and regards the
night as the run - away ; making Juliet wish that its eyes , the stars , might retire ,
to prevent discovery . Mr . Justice Blackstone can perceive nothing optative in the
But now , my cousin Hamlet , and my son ,Ham . A little more than kin , and less
than kind9 . [ Aside . 8 In the first quarto this passage stands thus :• King . With all
our heart , Laertes , fare thee well . Laert . I in all love and dutie take my leave .
What is the matter , my lord ? tended the passage as a vindication of the ways of
Providence in permitting evil to abound in the world . He observes that
Shakspeare ' had an art not only of acquainting the audience with what his actors
say , but ...
This passage , which is not in the folio , has been thought corrupt . Dr . Thirlby
proposed to read , ' Of habits evil . Steevens would read , ' Or habits ' devil . It is
evident that there is an intended opposition between angel and devil ; but the ...
What , ho ! no watch ! no passage ? ? murder ! murder ! Gra . ' Tis some
mischance ; the cry is very direful . Cas . 0 , help ! Lod . Hark ! Rod . O wretched
villain ! Lod . Two or three groans : — it is a heavy : night : These may be
counterfeits ; let ...
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