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  • William Shakespeare and company, limited.
  • He proves by algebra that Hamlet’s grandson is Shakespeare’s grandfather and that he himself is the ghost of his own father.
  • He proves by algebra that Shakespeare’s ghost is Hamlet’s grandfather.
  • But what does Shakespeare say?
  • Like Shakespeare’s face.
  • But then Shakespeare has no rhymes: blank verse.
  • I mean, whether Hamlet is Shakespeare or James I or Essex.
  • Shakespeare has left the huguenot’s house in Silver street and walks by the swanmews along the riverbank.
  • —The world believes that Shakespeare made a mistake, he said, and got out of it as quickly and as best he could.
  • Yes, we seem to be forgetting her as Shakespeare himself forgot her.
  • The plays of Shakespeare’s later years which Renan admired so much breathe another spirit.
  • Shakespeare Bacon’s wild oats.
  • His articles on Shakespeare in the Saturday Review were surely brilliant.
  • Mr Mulligan, I’ll be bound, has his theory too of the play and of Shakespeare.
  • Buck Mulligan thought, puzzled: —Shakespeare? he said.
  • No. The corpse of John Shakespeare does not walk the night.
  • Hamlet, the black prince, is Hamnet Shakespeare.
  • The three brothers Shakespeare.
  • Of all his kings Richard is the only king unshielded by Shakespeare’s reverence, the angel of the world.
  • After God Shakespeare has created most.
  • Shakespeare is the happy huntingground of all minds that have lost their balance.
  • Because the theme of the false or the usurping or the adulterous brother or all three in one is to Shakespeare, what the poor are not, always with him.
  • To a son he speaks, the son of his soul, the prince, young Hamlet and to the son of his body, Hamnet Shakespeare, who has died in Stratford that his namesake may live for ever.
  • It is the ghost, the king, a king and no king, and the player is Shakespeare who has studied Hamlet all the years of his life which were not vanity in order to play the part of the spectre.
  • —Our young Irish bards, John Eglinton censured, have yet to create a figure which the world will set beside Saxon Shakespeare’s Hamlet though I admire him, as old Ben did, on this side idolatry.
  • Quoth littlejohn Eglinton: —I was prepared for paradoxes from what Malachi Mulligan told us but I may as well warn you that if you want to shake my belief that Shakespeare is Hamlet you have a stern task before you.
  • STEPHEN: We have shrewridden Shakespeare and henpecked Socrates.
  • Trenchant exponent of Shakespeare.
  • Shakespeare said.
  • The face of William Shakespeare, beardless, appears there, rigid in facial paralysis, crowned by the reflection of the reindeer antlered hatrack in the hall.
  • You know Manningham’s story of the burgher’s wife who bade Dick Burbage to her bed after she had seen him in Richard III and how Shakespeare, overhearing, without more ado about nothing, took the cow by the horns and, when Burbage came knocking at the gate, answered from the capon’s blankets: William the conqueror came before Richard III.
  • SHAKESPEARE: (With paralytic rage) Weda seca whokilla farst.
  • Shakespeare’s Works (dark crimson morocco, goldtooled).
  • At the bar, English or Irish: exemplars, Seymour Bushe, K. C., Rufus Isaacs, K. C. On the stage modern or Shakespearean: exemplars, Charles Wyndham, high comedian Osmond Tearle (died 1901), exponent of Shakespeare.
  • Is it possible that that player Shakespeare, a ghost by absence, and in the vesture of buried Denmark, a ghost by death, speaking his own words to his own son’s name (had Hamnet Shakespeare lived he would have been prince Hamlet’s twin), is it possible, I want to know, or probable that he did not draw or foresee the logical conclusion of those premises: you are the dispossessed son: I am the murdered father: your mother is the guilty queen, Ann Shakespeare, born Hathaway?
  • Is it possible that that player Shakespeare, a ghost by absence, and in the vesture of buried Denmark, a ghost by death, speaking his own words to his own son’s name (had Hamnet Shakespeare lived he would have been prince Hamlet’s twin), is it possible, I want to know, or probable that he did not draw or foresee the logical conclusion of those premises: you are the dispossessed son: I am the murdered father: your mother is the guilty queen, Ann Shakespeare, born Hathaway?
  • Is it possible that that player Shakespeare, a ghost by absence, and in the vesture of buried Denmark, a ghost by death, speaking his own words to his own son’s name (had Hamnet Shakespeare lived he would have been prince Hamlet’s twin), is it possible, I want to know, or probable that he did not draw or foresee the logical conclusion of those premises: you are the dispossessed son: I am the murdered father: your mother is the guilty queen, Ann Shakespeare, born Hathaway?
  • Concluding by inspection but erroneously that his silent companion was engaged in mental composition he reflected on the pleasures derived from literature of instruction rather than of amusement as he himself had applied to the works of William Shakespeare more than once for the solution of difficult problems in imaginary or real life.
  • My belief is, to tell you the candid truth, that those bits were genuine forgeries all of them put in by monks most probably or it’s the big question of our national poet over again, who precisely wrote them like Hamlet and Bacon, as, you who know your Shakespeare infinitely better than I, of course I needn’t tell you.
  • …Bonaparte, John L. Sullivan, Cleopatra, Savourneen Deelish, Julius Caesar, Paracelsus, sir Thomas Lipton, William Tell, Michelangelo Hayes, Muhammad, the Bride of Lammermoor, Peter the Hermit, Peter the Packer, Dark Rosaleen, Patrick W. Shakespeare, Brian Confucius, Murtagh Gutenberg, Patricio Velasquez, Captain Nemo, Tristan and Isolde, the first Prince of Wales, Thomas Cook and Son, the Bold Soldier Boy, Arrah na Pogue, Dick Turpin, Ludwig Beethoven, the Colleen Bawn, Waddler…
  • …human bodies: the appearance of a star (1st magnitude) of exceeding brilliancy dominating by night and day (a new luminous sun generated by the collision and amalgamation in incandescence of two nonluminous exsuns) about the period of the birth of William Shakespeare over delta in the recumbent neversetting constellation of Cassiopeia and of a star (2nd magnitude) of similar origin but of lesser brilliancy which had appeared in and disappeared from the constellation of the Corona…
  • Stephen, in reply to a politely put query, said he didn’t sing it but launched out into praises of Shakespeare’s songs, at least of in or about that period, the lutenist Dowland who lived in Fetter lane near Gerard the herbalist, who anno ludendo hausi, Doulandus, an instrument he was contemplating purchasing from Mr Arnold Dolmetsch, whom B. did not quite recall though the name certainly sounded familiar, for sixtyfive guineas and Farnaby and son with their dux and comes conceits and…
  • ) STEPHEN: (Abruptly) What went forth to the ends of the world to traverse not itself, God, the sun, Shakespeare, a commercial traveller, having itself traversed in reality itself becomes that self.
  • HAMLET ou LE DISTRAIT Pièce de Shakespeare He repeated to John Eglinton’s newgathered frown: —Pièce de Shakespeare, don’t you know.
  • HAMLET ou LE DISTRAIT Pièce de Shakespeare He repeated to John Eglinton’s newgathered frown: —Pièce de Shakespeare, don’t you know.
  • ) SHAKESPEARE: (In dignified ventriloquy) ’tis the loud laugh bespeaks the vacant mind.
  • (The face of Martin Cunningham, bearded, refeatures Shakespeare’s beardless face.
  • Enter, gentleman, to see in mirror every positions trapezes all that machine there besides also if desire act awfully bestial butcher’s boy pollutes in warm veal liver or omlet on the belly pièce de Shakespeare.

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  • As Shakespeare said, "The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose."
  • We enjoy Shakespeare in the Park programs during the summer.

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