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" ... jangled out of tune, or rudely handled, produce only a harsh and unpleasing sound. Though the rough business which Hamlet had in hand, the revenging of his father's death upon his murderer, did not suit with the playful state of courtship, or admit... "
哈姆雷特 - Side 67
af Charles Lamb - 2002 - 175 sider
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Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons

Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb - 1810 - 261 sider
...not suit with t>e playful state of courtship, or admit of the society of so idle a passion as lore now seemed to him, yet it could not hinder but that...moments, when he thought that his treatment of this gentte lady had been unreasonably harsh, he wrote her a letter full of wild starts of passion, arid...
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Selected tales from Shakespeare [by] C. & M. Lamb, with extracts from the ...

Charles Lamb - 1908
...now seemed to him, yet it could not hinder but that soft thoughts of his Ophelia would come between. In one of these moments, when he thought that his...harsh, he wrote her a letter full of wild starts of passion,1 and in extravagant2 terms, such as agreed with his supposed madness, but mixed with some...
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莎士比亞四大悲劇

2004
...observe laws, customs, etc. -h-ciH^ 60. faculty ffaskjti] (n.) [C] power (of mind) ; ability (to do 61. impair [irrTper] (v.) weaken; damage jangled out...unreasonably harsh, he wrote her a letter full of wild starts6' of passion, and in extravagant65 terms, such as agreed with his supposed 62. exquisite fekskwizit]...
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