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Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Orson Welles
#1. There are a thousand ways of playing a good classic. If it were effective, I would play Hamlet on a trapeze. #Quote by Orson Welles
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Anne Rice
#2. Did they have no inkling of how the advances in lighting had affected the behavior and the minds of people, what it meant for the tiniest hamlet to have its brilliantly lighted drugstores and supermarkets, and for people to wander at eight o'clock of an evening with the same energetic curiosity and eagerness for work and experience that they enjoyed during the sunlight hours? #Quote by Anne Rice
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by William Shakespeare
#3. The undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveler returns. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Ernst F. Schumacher
#4. To say that life is nothing but a property of certain peculiar combinations of atoms is like saying that Shakespeare's Hamlet is nothing but a property of a peculiar combination of letters. #Quote by Ernst F. Schumacher
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Robert Brustein
#5. On Laurence Olivier as Hamlet in a 1948 film: Olivier's idea of introspection was to hood his eyes, dentalize his consonants and let the camera circle his blondined head like a sparrow looking for a place to deposit its droppings. #Quote by Robert Brustein
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Ian McKellen
#6. I don't make much distinction between being a stand-up comic and acting Shakespeare - in fact, unless you're a good comedian, you're never going to be able to play Hamlet properly. #Quote by Ian McKellen
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by James Black
#7. I have never wanted to check out the family folklore that we could be traced back to a dominie at the hamlet of Balquhidder in the Scottish highlands. #Quote by James Black
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Lewis Mumford
#8. But what one finds in the New World os not just a collection of houses and buildings, which might have had the same common ancestor in the mesolithic hamlet. One discovers, rather, a parallel collection of cultural traits: highly developed fertility ceremonies, a pantheon of cosmic deities, a magnified ruler and central authority who personifies the whole community, great temples whose forms recall such functionally different structures as the pyramid and the ziggurat, along with the same domination of a peasantry by an original hunter-warrior group, or (among the early Mayas) an even more ancient priesthood. Likewise the same division of castes and specialization of vocational groups, and the beginnings of writing, time measuring, and the calendar-including an immense extension of time perspectives among the Mayas, which surpasses in complexity and accuracy even what we know of the cosmic periods of the Babylonians and the Egyptians. These traits seem too specific to have been spontaneously repeated in a whole constellation. #Quote by Lewis Mumford
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by William Shakespeare
#9. I do not set my life at a pin's fee,
And for my soul, what can it do to that,
Being a thing immortal as itself? #Quote by William Shakespeare
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Gregory Figg
#10. The wiry man scratched his head, looked the two inquisitors up and down and cleared his throat softly. "We must be quick." He turned to go, pulling his cloak over his head and shuffling through the door into the moonlight. The two inquisitors moved with impossible silence behind, floating across the straw-covered floor like the cats on the walls outside the hut. The cats froze at the disturbance before scurrying noiselessly into the shadows as the three silhouettes crossed the ten yards of grass before the blackness of the forest swallowed them. No fires flickered at this time, when the full moon was highest in the cloudless summer sky, and the three were the only waking souls in the hamlet. #Quote by Gregory Figg
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Beau Willimon
#11. Richard III is not likeable. Macbeth is not likeable. Hamlet is not likeable. And yet you can't take your eyes off them. I'm far more interested in that than I am in any sort of likeability. #Quote by Beau Willimon
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Bob Dylan
#12. You travel the world, you go see different things. I like to see Shakespeare plays, so I'll go - I mean, even if it's in a different language. I don't care, I just like Shakespeare, you know. I've seen Othello and Hamlet and Merchant of Venice over the years, and some versions are better than others. Way better. It's like hearing a bad version of a song. But then somewhere else, somebody has a great version. #Quote by Bob Dylan
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Jodi Picoult
#13. Doubt thou that the stars are fire; Doubt thou that the sun doth move; Doubt truth to be a liar; But never doubt that I love. - WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet #Quote by Jodi Picoult
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Bryana Johnson
#14. It is something to have gazed on the constellated white,
felt it running from the eyes and the pores: the salt of love.
It is something to have whispered wild thank-yous
in the only ways we know how. #Quote by Bryana Johnson
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Amy Harmon
#15. God has given you one face and you make yourself another. - Hamlet #Quote by Amy Harmon
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#16. Social questions are too sectional, too topical, too temporal to move a man to the mighty effort which is needed to produce greatpoetry. Prison reform may nerve Charles Reade to produce an effective and businesslike prose melodrama; but it could never produce Hamlet, Faust, or Peer Gynt. #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by William Shakespeare
#17. Why, look you now, how unworthy a thing you make of me! You would play upon me, you would seem to know my stops, you would pluck out the heart of my mystery, you would sound me from my lowest note to the top of my compass..." Hamlet. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Robert Breault
#18. Hamlet at 70: "To sleep, perchance to dream. To awaken, perchance to go to the bathroom." #Quote by Robert Breault
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by John C. Wright
#19. Imagine the same scene in HAMLET if Pullman had written it. Hamlet, using a mystic pearl, places the poison in the cup to kill Claudius. We are all told Claudius will die by drinking the cup. Then Claudius dies choking on a chicken bone at lunch. Then the Queen dies when Horatio shows her the magical Mirror of Death. This mirror appears in no previous scene, nor is it explained why it exists. Then Ophelia summons up the Ghost from Act One and kills it, while she makes a speech denouncing the evils of religion. Ophelia and Hamlet are parted, as it is revealed in the last act that a curse will befall them if they do not part ways. #Quote by John C. Wright
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by William Shakespeare
#20. +"I'm sick in the heart."~Hamlet #Quote by William Shakespeare
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Aleksandr Voinov
#21. Silvio said with a fond smile. "That was when I knew you meant it."
"Meant what?"
"That you care about me." Silvio took the helmet again and stared at it like a postmodern Hamlet. "Franco told you about Toppolino. You remembered. I knew you cared about me."
"Of course I do. I love you, Silvio." He didn't cringe inwardly when Silvio's answer wasn't the one his wife gave him immediately. Silvio wasn't good at this, and he accepted it.
Silvio smiled and turned toward the door. "Same thing. #Quote by Aleksandr Voinov
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Md. Ziaul Haque
#22. Not all suicides are suicides, some are murders! #Quote by Md. Ziaul Haque
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Geoff Dyer
#23. In his book Real Presences, George Steiner asks us to "imagine a society in which all talk about the arts, music and literature is prohibited." In such a society there would be no more essays on whether Hamlet was mad or only pretending to be, no reviews of the latest exhibitions or novels, no profiles of writers or artists. There would be no secondary, or parasitic, discussion - let alone tertiary: commentary on commentary. We would have, instead, a "republic for writers and readers" with no cushion of professional opinion-makers to come between creators and audience. While the Sunday papers presently serve as a substitute for the experiencing of the actual exhibition or book, in Steiner's imagined republic the review pages would be turned into listings:catalogues and guides to what is about to open, be published, or be released.
What would this republic be like? Would the arts suffer from the obliteration of this ozone of comment? Certainly not, says Steiner, for each performance of a Mahler symphony is also a critique of that symphony. Unlike the reviewer, however, the performer "invests his own being in the process of interpretation." Such interpretation is automatically responsible because the performer is answerable to the work in a way that even the most scrupulous reviewer is not.
Although, most obviously, it is not only the case for drama and music; all art is also criticism. This is most clearly so when a writer or composer quotes or reworks material fro #Quote by Geoff Dyer
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Orson Scott Card
#24. What are you reading?" Polonius asked.
"Words, words, words," said Hamlet.
"And what's the subject?"
"Lesser than the king, but still not nothing."
It took Polonius a moment to realize he had answered another meaning of 'subject.' "I mean what do you read about?"
"All in a line, back and forth." said Hamlet. "I go from left to right with my mind full, and then must drop it there and head back empty-headed to the left side again, and take up another load to carry forward. It's a most tedious job, and when I'm done, there are all the letters where I found them, unchanged despite my having carried them all into my head. #Quote by Orson Scott Card
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Hugh Kingsmill
#25. Hamlet is egotism as it appears to itself, and Don Quixote is egotism as it appears to the detached observer. #Quote by Hugh Kingsmill
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Tom Stoppard
#26. Let me get it straight. Your father was king. You were his only son. Your father dies. You are of age. Your uncle becomes king."
"Unorthodox. #Quote by Tom Stoppard
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Andrew Coyle Bradley
#27. Both Brutus and Hamlet are highly intellectual by nature and reflective by habit. Both may even be called, in a popular sense, philosophic; Brutus may be called so in a stricter sense. #Quote by Andrew Coyle Bradley
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by William Shakespeare
#28. For this relief much thanks. 'Tis bitter cold, and I am sick at heart. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Flora Thompson
#29. Over To Candleford
Chapter XXVIII: Growing Pains
"This accumulated depression of months slid from her at last in a moment. She had
run out into the fields one day in a pet and was standing on a small stone bridge looking down on brown running water flecked with cream-coloured foam. It was a dull November day with grey sky and mist. The little brook was scarcely more than a trench to drain the fields; but overhanging it were thorn bushes with a lacework of leafless twigs; ivy had sent trails down the steep banks to dip in the stream, and from every thorn on the leafless twigs and from every point of the ivy leaves water hung in bright drops, like beads.

A flock of starlings had whirred up from the bushes at her approach and the clip, clop of a cart-horse's hoofs could be heard on the nearest road, but these were the only sounds. Of the hamlet, only a few hundred yards away, she could hear no sound, or see as much as a chimney-pot, walled in as she was by the mist.
Laura looked and looked again. The small scene, so commonplace and yet so lovely, delighted her."
It was so near the homes
men and yet so far removed from their thoughts. The fresh green moss, the glistening ivy, and the reddish twigs with their sparkling drops seemed to have been made for her alone and the hurrying, foam-flecked water seemed to have some message for her. She felt suddenly uplifted. The things which had troubled her troubled her no more. She did not reason. #Quote by Flora Thompson
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by William Shakespeare
#30. To persevere
In obstinate condolement is a course
Of impious stubbornness: 'tis unmanly grief. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by Graham Nelson
#31. The time has mainly gone on getting Inform into a decent shape for public use. I suppose the plot of 'Curses' makes a sequel conceivable when compared with, say, the plot of 'Hamlet' but none is planned. #Quote by Graham Nelson
Kozintsev Hamlet quotes by William Shakespeare
#32. Tis in my memory lock'd,
And you yourself shall keep the key of it. #Quote by William Shakespeare

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