Yahoo Search Busca da Web

  1. Cerca de 115.000 resultados de busca

  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 propósito, há uma tradução de Machado de Assis deste solilóquio, na coletânea Ocidentais (1879-1880), que ele intitulou “To be or not to be”. A expressão “undiscovered country” aparece no poema machadiano como “esse eterno país misterioso”.

  3. Finalmente, há uma curiosa contradição neste famoso solilóquio. Hamlet afirma que “nenhum viajante retorna” (no traveller returns) deste “ país misterioso” (undiscover’d country). No entanto, o fantasma de seu pai é uma exceção evidente.

  4. "To be, or not to be" is the opening phrase of a speech given by Prince Hamlet in the so-called "nunnery scene" of William Shakespeare's play Hamlet, Act 3, Scene 1. In the speech, Hamlet contemplates death and suicide, weighing the pain and unfairness of life

  5. Share Cite In this quote, Hamlet is contemplating death. He is a pretty depressed fellow, and finds everything in his life "vile" and "rank." So, because life is so miserable, he wonders to...

  6. Take a Study Break. Hamlet, William Shakespeare, scene summary, scene summaries, chapter summary, chapter summaries, short summary, criticism, literary criticism, review, scene synopsis, interpretation, teaching, lesson plan.