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" And the more I read him, the more I am convinced, that as he knew his own particular Talent well, he study'd more to work up great and moving Circumstances to place his chief Characters in, so as to affect our Passions strongly, he apply'd himself more... "
Some Remarks on the Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark, Written by Mr ... - Page 55
by Sir Thomas Hanmer - 1736 - 52 pages
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Studies in Language and Literature, Issues 5-9

1916 - 608 pages
...self-deception 46-62 Chapter V. The end of the play 63-69 Chapter VI. Conclusion 70-75 Appendix 76 The more I read him, the more I am convinced that as he knew his own particular Talent well, he study'd more to work up great and moving Circumstances to place his chief Characters in, so as to affect...
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Hamlet: An Historical and Comparative Study

Elmer Edgar Stoll - 1919 - 88 pages
...self-deception 46-62 Chapter V. The end of the play 63-69 Chapter VI. Conclusion 70-75 Appendix 76 The more I read him, the more I am convinced that as he knew his own particular Talent well, he study'd more to work up great and moving Circumstances to place his chief Characters in, so as to affect...
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The Original Identity of the York and Towneley Cycles, Issue 6

Marie Caroline Lyle - 1919 - 506 pages
..._ *.. Pia:. . & -"Set* -je- -^ ZCHTZA J *--iv£ AXES: COPYRIGHT 1919 BY THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA The more I read him, the more I am convinced that as he knew his own particula Talent well, he study'd more to work up great and moving Circumstances to plac his chief...
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Shakespeare Studies: Historical and Comparative in Method

Elmer Edgar Stoll - 1927 - 528 pages
...and the anonymous early critic of Shakespeare who wrote in 1736 his Remarks on the Tragedy of Hamlet: The more I read him, the more I am convinced that as he knew his own particular Talent well, he study 'd more to work up great and moving Circumstances to place his chief Characters in, so as to...
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