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For what can induce a poet to mention such a tree , if the tree were not there in
reality . ' - Steevens . 3 Thus Sophocles :- - άκρας νυκτός , ηνία έσπεροι
Aautent˝pec oủkÚt ʼnodov . ' Ajax , 288 . 4 Compare Sidney ' s Arcadia , 13th
edition , p .
The poet has hastily fallen into similar inadvertencies elsewhere . In the first
edition the line ran :* And I am nothing sluck to slow his haste . ' 2 To slow and to
foreslow were anciently in common use as verbs :- will you o ' erflow The fields ...
At least it does not appear to have been the poet ' s intention that the air and
manner of Hamlet in this scene should be perfectly grave and serious ; nor is
there any thing in the dialogue to justify the grave and tragic tone with which it is ...
The poet has probably put into the mouth of Hamlet his own genuine opinion of
this speech , and the play from whence it was derived ; whether it was one of his
own juvenile performances , or one of those inform dramas which he had ...
... and palpable to thinking . 17 Sir W . Davenant uses the same expression in his
Just Italian , 1630 :• The curld and silken nobles of the town . ' Again :" Such as
the curled youth of Italy . ' It was the fashion of the poet ' s time for lusty gallants to
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