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Nay,then,Ihaveaneyeofyou.--Ifyou
loveme,holdnotoff.
GUILDENSTERN
Mylord,weweresentfor.
HAMLET
Iwilltellyouwhy;soshallmyanticipation
preventyourdiscovery,andyoursecrecytotheking
andqueenmoultnofeather.Ihaveoflate--but
whereforeIknownot--lostallmymirth,forgoneall
customofexercises;andindeeditgoessoheavily
withmydispositionthatthisgoodlyframe,the
earth,seemstomeasterilepromontory,thismost
excellentcanopy,theair,lookyou,thisbrave
o'erhangingfirmament,thismajesticalrooffretted
withgoldenfire,why,itappearsnootherthingto
methanafoulandpestilentcongregationofvapours.
Whatapieceofworkisaman!hownobleinreason!
howinfiniteinfaculty!informandmovinghow
expressandadmirable!inactionhowlikeanangel!
inapprehensionhowlikeagod!thebeautyofthe
world!theparagonofanimals!Andyet,tome,
whatisthisquintessenceofdust?mandelightsnot
me:no,norwomanneither,thoughbyyoursmiling
youseemtosayso.
ROSENCRANTZ
Mylord,therewasnosuchstuffinmythoughts.
HAMLET
Whydidyoulaughthen,whenIsaid'mandelightsnotme'?
ROSENCRANTZ
Tothink,mylord,ifyoudelightnotinman,what
lentenentertainmenttheplayersshallreceivefrom
you:wecotedthemontheway;andhitherarethey
coming,toofferyouservice.
HAMLET
Hethatplaysthekingshallbewelcome;hismajesty
shallhavetributeofme;theadventurousknight
shallusehisfoilandtarget;thelovershallnot
sighgratis;thehumourousmanshallendhispart
inpeace;theclownshallmakethoselaughwhose
lungsaretickledo'thesere;andtheladyshall
sayhermindfreely,ortheblankverseshallhalt
for't.Whatplayersarethey?
ROSENCRANTZ
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Eventhoseyouwerewonttotakedelightin,the
tragediansofthecity.
HAMLET
Howchancesittheytravel?theirresidence,both
inreputationandprofit,wasbetterbothways.
ROSENCRANTZ
Ithinktheirinhibitioncomesbythemeansofthe
lateinnovation.
HAMLET
DotheyholdthesameestimationtheydidwhenIwas
inthecity?aretheysofollowed?
ROSENCRANTZ
No,indeed,aretheynot.
HAMLET
Howcomesit?dotheygrowrusty?
ROSENCRANTZ
Nay,theirendeavourkeepsinthewontedpace:but
thereis,sir,anaeryofchildren,littleeyases,
thatcryoutonthetopofquestion,andaremost
tyrannicallyclappedfor't:thesearenowthe
fashion,andsoberattlethecommonstages--sothey
callthem--thatmanywearingrapiersareafraidof
goose-quillsanddarescarcecomethither.
HAMLET
What,aretheychildren?whomaintains'em?howare
theyescoted?Willtheypursuethequalityno
longerthantheycansing?willtheynotsay
afterwards,iftheyshouldgrowthemselvestocommon
players--asitismostlike,iftheirmeansareno
better--theirwritersdothemwrong,tomakethem
exclaimagainsttheirownsuccession?
ROSENCRANTZ
'Faith,therehasbeenmuchtodoonbothsides;and
thenationholdsitnosintotarrethemto
controversy:therewas,forawhile,nomoneybid
forargument,unlessthepoetandtheplayerwentto
cuffsinthequestion.
HAMLET
Is'tpossible?
GUILDENSTERN
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O,therehasbeenmuchthrowingaboutofbrains.
HAMLET
Dotheboyscarryitaway?
ROSENCRANTZ
Ay,thattheydo,mylord;Herculesandhisloadtoo.
HAMLET
Itisnotverystrange;formineuncleiskingof
Denmark,andthosethatwouldmakemowsathimwhile
myfatherlived,givetwenty,forty,fifty,an
hundredducatsa-pieceforhispictureinlittle.
'Sblood,thereissomethinginthismorethan
natural,ifphilosophycouldfinditout.
Flourishoftrumpetswithin
GUILDENSTERN
Therearetheplayers.
HAMLET
Gentlemen,youarewelcometoElsinore.Yourhands,
comethen:theappurtenanceofwelcomeisfashion
andceremony:letmecomplywithyouinthisgarb,
lestmyextenttotheplayers,which,Itellyou,
mustshowfairlyoutward,shouldmoreappearlike
entertainmentthanyours.Youarewelcome:butmy
uncle-fatherandaunt-motheraredeceived.
GUILDENSTERN
Inwhat,mydearlord?
HAMLET
Iambutmadnorth-north-west:whenthewindis
southerlyIknowahawkfromahandsaw.
EnterPOLONIUS
LORDPOLONIUS
Wellbewithyou,gentlemen!
HAMLET
Harkyou,Guildenstern;andyoutoo:ateacheara
hearer:thatgreatbabyyouseethereisnotyet
outofhisswaddling-clouts.
ROSENCRANTZ
Happilyhe'sthesecondtimecometothem;forthey
sayanoldmanistwiceachild.
HAMLET
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Iwillprophesyhecomestotellmeoftheplayers;
markit.Yousayright,sir:o'Mondaymorning;
'twassoindeed.
LORDPOLONIUS
Mylord,Ihavenewstotellyou.
HAMLET
Mylord,Ihavenewstotellyou.
WhenRosciuswasanactorinRome,--
LORDPOLONIUS
Theactorsarecomehither,mylord.
HAMLET
Buz,buz!
LORDPOLONIUS
Uponminehonour,--
HAMLET
Thencameeachactoronhisass,--
LORDPOLONIUS
Thebestactorsintheworld,eitherfortragedy,
comedy,history,pastoral,pastoral-comical,
historical-pastoral,tragical-historical,tragical-
comical-historical-pastoral,sceneindividable,or
poemunlimited:Senecacannotbetooheavy,nor
Plautustoolight.Forthelawofwritandthe
liberty,thesearetheonlymen.
HAMLET
OJephthah,judgeofIsrael,whatatreasurehadstthou!
LORDPOLONIUS
Whatatreasurehadhe,mylord?
HAMLET
Why,
'Onefairdaughterandnomore,
Thewhichhelovedpassingwell.'
LORDPOLONIUS
Aside
Stillonmydaughter.
HAMLET
AmInoti'theright,oldJephthah?
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LORDPOLONIUS
IfyoucallmeJephthah,mylord,Ihaveadaughter
thatIlovepassingwell.
HAMLET
Nay,thatfollowsnot.
LORDPOLONIUS
Whatfollows,then,mylord?
HAMLET
Why,
'Asbylot,Godwot,'
andthen,youknow,
'Itcametopass,asmostlikeitwas,'--
thefirstrowofthepiouschansonwillshowyou
more;forlook,wheremyabridgementcomes.
EnterfourorfivePlayers
Youarewelcome,masters;welcome,all.Iamglad
toseetheewell.Welcome,goodfriends.O,myold
friend!thyfaceisvalencedsinceIsawtheelast:
comestthoutobeardmeinDenmark?What,myyoung
ladyandmistress!By'rlady,yourladyshipis
nearertoheaventhanwhenIsawyoulast,bythe
altitudeofachopine.PrayGod,yourvoice,like
apieceofuncurrentgold,benotcrackedwithinthe
ring.Masters,youareallwelcome.We'lle'en
to'tlikeFrenchfalconers,flyatanythingwesee:
we'llhaveaspeechstraight:come,giveusataste
ofyourquality;come,apassionatespeech.
FirstPlayer
Whatspeech,mylord?
HAMLET
Iheardtheespeakmeaspeechonce,butitwas
neveracted;or,ifitwas,notaboveonce;forthe
play,Iremember,pleasednotthemillion;'twas
caviaretothegeneral:butitwas--asIreceived
it,andothers,whosejudgmentsinsuchmatters
criedinthetopofmine--anexcellentplay,well
digestedinthescenes,setdownwithasmuch
modestyascunning.Iremember,onesaidthere
werenosalletsinthelinestomakethematter
savoury,nornomatterinthephrasethatmight
indicttheauthorofaffectation;butcalleditan
honestmethod,aswholesomeassweet,andbyvery
muchmorehandsomethanfine.OnespeechinitI
chieflyloved:'twasAeneas'taletoDido;and
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thereaboutofitespecially,wherehespeaksof
Priam'sslaughter:ifitliveinyourmemory,begin
atthisline:letmesee,letmesee--
'TheruggedPyrrhus,liketheHyrcanianbeast,'--
itisnotso:--itbeginswithPyrrhus:--
'TheruggedPyrrhus,hewhosesablearms,
Blackashispurpose,didthenightresemble
Whenhelaycouchedintheominoushorse,
Hathnowthisdreadandblackcomplexionsmear'd
Withheraldrymoredismal;headtofoot
Nowishetotalgules;horridlytrick'd
Withbloodoffathers,mothers,daughters,sons,
Bakedandimpastedwiththeparchingstreets,
Thatlendatyrannousanddamnedlight
Totheirlord'smurder:roastedinwrathandfire,
Andthuso'er-sizedwithcoagulategore,
Witheyeslikecarbuncles,thehellishPyrrhus
OldgrandsirePriamseeks.'
So,proceedyou.
LORDPOLONIUS
'ForeGod,mylord,wellspoken,withgoodaccentand
gooddiscretion.
FirstPlayer
'Anonhefindshim
StrikingtooshortatGreeks;hisantiquesword,
Rebellioustohisarm,lieswhereitfalls,
Repugnanttocommand:unequalmatch'd,
PyrrhusatPriamdrives;inragestrikeswide;
Butwiththewhiffandwindofhisfellsword
Theunnervedfatherfalls.ThensenselessIlium,
Seemingtofeelthisblow,withflamingtop
Stoopstohisbase,andwithahideouscrash
TakesprisonerPyrrhus'ear:for,lo!hissword,
Whichwasdecliningonthemilkyhead
OfreverendPriam,seem'di'theairtostick:
So,asapaintedtyrant,Pyrrhusstood,
Andlikeaneutraltohiswillandmatter,
Didnothing.
But,asweoftensee,againstsomestorm,
Asilenceintheheavens,therackstandstill,
Theboldwindsspeechlessandtheorbbelow
Ashushasdeath,anonthedreadfulthunder
Dothrendtheregion,so,afterPyrrhus'pause,
Arousedvengeancesetshimnewa-work;
AndneverdidtheCyclops'hammersfall
OnMars'sarmourforgedforproofeterne
WithlessremorsethanPyrrhus'bleedingsword
NowfallsonPriam.
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Out,out,thoustrumpet,Fortune!Allyougods,
Ingeneralsynod'takeawayherpower;
Breakallthespokesandfelliesfromherwheel,
Andbowltheroundnavedownthehillofheaven,
Aslowastothefiends!'
LORDPOLONIUS
Thisistoolong.
HAMLET
Itshalltothebarber's,withyourbeard.Prithee,
sayon:he'sforajigorataleofbawdry,orhe
sleeps:sayon:cometoHecuba.
FirstPlayer
'Butwho,O,whohadseenthemobledqueen--'
HAMLET
'Themobledqueen?'
LORDPOLONIUS
That'sgood;'mobledqueen'isgood.
FirstPlayer
'Runbarefootupanddown,threateningtheflames
Withbissonrheum;acloutuponthathead
Wherelatethediademstood,andforarobe,
Aboutherlankandallo'er-teemedloins,
Ablanket,inthealarmoffearcaughtup;
Whothishadseen,withtongueinvenomsteep'd,
'GainstFortune'sstatewouldtreasonhave
pronounced:
Butifthegodsthemselvesdidseeherthen
WhenshesawPyrrhusmakemalicioussport
Inmincingwithhisswordherhusband'slimbs,
Theinstantburstofclamourthatshemade,
Unlessthingsmortalmovethemnotatall,
Wouldhavemademilchtheburningeyesofheaven,
Andpassioninthegods.'
LORDPOLONIUS
Look,whetherhehasnotturnedhiscolourandhas
tearsin'seyes.Prayyou,nomore.
HAMLET
'Tiswell:I'llhavetheespeakouttherestsoon.
Goodmylord,willyouseetheplayerswell
bestowed?Doyouhear,letthembewellused;for
theyaretheabstractandbriefchroniclesofthe
time:afteryourdeathyouwerebetterhaveabad
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epitaphthantheirillreportwhileyoulive.
LORDPOLONIUS
Mylord,Iwillusethemaccordingtotheirdesert.
HAMLET
God'sbodykins,man,muchbetter:useeveryman
afterhisdesert,andwhoshould'scapewhipping?
Usethemafteryourownhonouranddignity:theless
theydeserve,themoremeritisinyourbounty.
Takethemin.
LORDPOLONIUS
Come,sirs.
HAMLET
Followhim,friends:we'llhearaplayto-morrow.
ExitPOLONIUSwithallthePlayersbuttheFirst
Dostthouhearme,oldfriend;canyouplaythe
MurderofGonzago?
FirstPlayer
Ay,mylord.
HAMLET
We'llha'tto-morrownight.Youcould,foraneed,
studyaspeechofsomedozenorsixteenlines,which
Iwouldsetdownandinsertin't,couldyounot?
FirstPlayer
Ay,mylord.
HAMLET
Verywell.Followthatlord;andlookyoumockhim
not.
ExitFirstPlayer
Mygoodfriends,I'llleaveyoutillnight:youare
welcometoElsinore.
ROSENCRANTZ
Goodmylord!
HAMLET
Ay,so,Godbewi'ye;
ExeuntROSENCRANTZandGUILDENSTERN
NowIamalone.
O,whatarogueandpeasantslaveamI!
Isitnotmonstrousthatthisplayerhere,
Butinafiction,inadreamofpassion,
Couldforcehissoulsotohisownconceit
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Thatfromherworkingallhisvisagewann'd,
Tearsinhiseyes,distractionin'saspect,
Abrokenvoice,andhiswholefunctionsuiting
Withformstohisconceit?andallfornothing!
ForHecuba!
What'sHecubatohim,orhetoHecuba,
Thatheshouldweepforher?Whatwouldhedo,
Hadhethemotiveandthecueforpassion
ThatIhave?Hewoulddrownthestagewithtears
Andcleavethegeneralearwithhorridspeech,
Makemadtheguiltyandappalthefree,
Confoundtheignorant,andamazeindeed
Theveryfacultiesofeyesandears.YetI,
Adullandmuddy-mettledrascal,peak,
LikeJohn-a-dreams,unpregnantofmycause,
Andcansaynothing;no,notforaking,
Uponwhosepropertyandmostdearlife
Adamn'ddefeatwasmade.AmIacoward?
Whocallsmevillain?breaksmypateacross?
Plucksoffmybeard,andblowsitinmyface?
Tweaksmebythenose?givesmetheliei'thethroat,
Asdeepastothelungs?whodoesmethis?
Ha!
'Swounds,Ishouldtakeit:foritcannotbe
ButIampigeon-liver'dandlackgall
Tomakeoppressionbitter,orerethis
Ishouldhavefattedalltheregionkites
Withthisslave'soffal:bloody,bawdyvillain!
Remorseless,treacherous,lecherous,kindlessvillain!
O,vengeance!
Why,whatanassamI!Thisismostbrave,
ThatI,thesonofadearfathermurder'd,
Promptedtomyrevengebyheavenandhell,
Must,likeawhore,unpackmyheartwithwords,
Andfalla-cursing,likeaverydrab,
Ascullion!
Fieupon't!foh!About,mybrain!Ihaveheard
Thatguiltycreaturessittingataplay
Havebytheverycunningofthescene
Beenstrucksotothesoulthatpresently
Theyhaveproclaim'dtheirmalefactions;
Formurder,thoughithavenotongue,willspeak
Withmostmiraculousorgan.I'llhavetheseplayers
Playsomethinglikethemurderofmyfather
Beforemineuncle:I'llobservehislooks;
I'lltenthimtothequick:ifhebutblench,
Iknowmycourse.ThespiritthatIhaveseen
Maybethedevil:andthedevilhathpower
Toassumeapleasingshape;yea,andperhaps
Outofmyweaknessandmymelancholy,
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Asheisverypotentwithsuchspirits,
Abusesmetodamnme:I'llhavegrounds
Morerelativethanthis:theplay'sthething
WhereinI'llcatchtheconscienceoftheking.
Exit
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