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" Think, my lord ! By heaven, he echoes me, As if there were some monster in his thought Too hideous to be shown. "
The Shakspere Allusion-book: A Collection of Allusions to Shakspere from ... - Page 380
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Aspects of Othello

...them all" (v, ii, 75). The image of a monster appears twice in Othello's speeches. He says of lago "there were some monster in his thought too hideous to be shown" (ш, iii, 106). "A horned man's a monster and a beast", he declares (rv, i, 62). As we shall see the...
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Verständigungsprobleme in Shakespeares Dramen

Hans-Jürgen Weckermann - Literary Criticism - 1978 - 369 pages
...lapo. My lord, for aught I know. üthT What dost thou think? lago. Think, my lord? Oth. Think, my lord! By heaven, he echoes me, As if there were some monster in his thought Too hideous to be shown. (Oth. III. iii. 97-112) Wiederholungen, die nicht nur keinen nennenswerten eigenen Beitrag darstellen,...
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Othello As Tragedy: Some Problems of Judgement and Feeling

Jane Adamson - Drama - 1980 - 300 pages
...lago's provocative mimicry : OTHELLO What dost thou think? IAGO Think, my lord? OTHELLO Think, my lord ! By heaven, he echoes me, As if there were some monster in his thought Too hideous to be shown.1 (nI, iii, 103-7) He is devastated less by lago's words than by his manner and his silences,...
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When the Theater Turns to Itself: The Aesthetic Metaphor in Shakespeare

Sidney Homan - Literary Criticism - 1981 - 238 pages
...the art of rhetoric, soon begins to echo lago as they bandy about words like "honest" and "think:" "[By heaven, he echoes] me / As if there were some...monster in [his] thought / Too hideous to be shown." The street agitator has become a voyager into the mind, his weapon being language itself, or rather...
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The Rationality of Emotion

Ronald De Sousa - Philosophy - 1990 - 373 pages
...inferences to be drawn without specifying them himself, so that Othello exclaims (III, iii, 106-108): By heaven, he echoes me As if there were some monster in his thought Too hideous to be shown. 'Compare the fascinating thought experiments of Valentino Braitenberg (1984). Because his vehicles...
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Othello

William Shakespeare - English drama - 1989 - 136 pages
...some monster in his thought Too hideous to be shown. Thou dost mean something: I heard thee say even now, thou likedst not that. When Cassio left my wife: what didst not like? 6S-8a Bell's edition omits this, as do nineteenth-century acting editions thereafter. Perhaps Desdemona...
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Creating a Role

Konstantin Stanislavsky, Hermine I. Popper - Performing Arts - 1989 - 271 pages
...line is: 297 But for a satisfaction of my thought: No further harm. Or, I added more specifically, ... By Heaven, he echoes me, As if there were some monster in his thought Too hideous to be shown. . . . That's it exactly," agreed Paul. "It seemed to me," he went on, "that just then you felt at ease...
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The Merriam-Webster New Book of Word Histories

Merriam-Webster, Inc - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1991 - 526 pages
...something that is bizarre or unnatural. In 1604 Shakespeare had Othello complain of his friend lago: "By heaven, he echoes me, /As if there were some monster in his thought/Too hideous to be shown." And in 1837 Ralph Waldo Emerson in an address to the Phi Beta Kappa...
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Othello

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1992 - 147 pages
...'Think', my lord? ' "Think", my lord?' By heaven, thou echo'st me, no As if there were some monster in thy thought Too hideous to be shown. Thou dost mean something: I heard thee say even now, thou lik'st not that, When Cassio left my wife. What didst not like? And when I told thee...
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Appropriating Shakespeare: Contemporary Critical Quarrels

Brian Vickers - Literary Criticism - 1994 - 508 pages
...impatient to know more: Think, my lord! Alas, thou echo'st me, As if there were some monster in thy thought Too hideous to be shown. Thou dost mean something: I heard thee say even now, thou likedst not that, When Cassio left my wife. What didst not like? And when I told thee...
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