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  1. Video Transcript: SARAH: Hamlet sums up here: if we put up with a tiresome life and all its burdens, it must be because we're afraid of the unknown that faces us after death. RALPH: What an expression he uses here for the afterlife! "The undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveller returns."

  2. A expressão “undiscovered country” aparece no poema machadiano como “esse eterno país misterioso”. Esta passagem volta a ser lembrada no capítulo XXIII do romance, em que ele se refere à morte como “esse duelo do ser e do não ser”.

  3. Hamlet afirma que “nenhum viajante retorna” (no traveller returns) deste “ país misterioso” (undiscoverd country). No entanto, o fantasma de seu pai é uma exceção evidente. O famoso solilóquio de Hamlet está reproduzido a seguir, numa tradução primorosa de Machado de Assis (Obras Completas, Nova Aguilar, 1986, terceiro volume):

  4. Who would bear his burdens, and grunt and sweat through a tiring life, if they weren’t frightened of what might happen after death—that undiscovered country from which no visitor returns, which we wonder about and which makes us prefer the troubles we know rather than fly off to face the ones we don’t?

  5. "To be, or not to be" is a speech given by Prince Hamlet in the so-called "nunnery scene" of William Shakespeare's play Hamlet (Act 3, Scene 1). The speech is named for the opening phrase, itself among the most widely known and quoted lines in modern English literature, and has been referenced in many works of theatre, literature and ...

  6. Quick answer: In Hamlet's quote "An undiscovered country whose bourne no travelers return—puzzles the will", he contemplates the mystery and finality of death, likening it to an...

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