The Merchant of Venice
Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 páginas
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Launcelot Rowe. 4, &c lobbe] Q^FSQ3, Rowe ii. Job 9. heeles"] bells Anon., ap.
Hal. F3F4, Rowe i. Gobbo Qt, Pope et seq. coragious] QaQ3. couragious QxFf.
Launcelet] QqFf. (Lancelet Q,.) contagious Coll. (MS). 4. lobbe, &c] This spelling,
Malone's explanation, which White also adopts, is perhaps the best — that is, '
plain Launcelot; and not, as you term him, master Launcelot.' — Ed. 55. Knight:
This sentence is usually put interrogatively, contrary to the punctuation of all [sic]
Ergo Maister] Staunton: The humour here, which consists in Launcelot's
determination to be dignified by the title of master, and the old man's
unwillingness so to honor him, is less apparent in writing than in acting, where
the Master Launcelot ...
Halliwell : Launcelot means to say : ' Well; if any man in Italy, who doth offer to
swear upon a book, have a fairer ... Clarendon : If the text be as Shakespeare
wrote it, Launcelot seems to have left the sentence imperfect at ' table,' with an
Malone upholds Ft, and maintains that Launcelot is hot talking about Jessica's
father, but about her future husband. * I am aware,' he adds, ' that in a
subsequent scene he says to Jessica : " Marry, you may partly hope your father
got you not;" ...
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