ACT 2, SCENE 2 (Part 2): “Looke you this: pestlent CECIL appeareth nothing to me.”

Hamlet (Q1, 1603), Scene 7, VERE melancholy unto a madnesse, #8Fig. 8

Hamlet (Q2, 1604), 2.2., Ed de Vere told, mute and dumbe, #9Fig. 9

Hamlet (1623), 2.2., VERE pen hid remaines, #10Fig. 10

Hamlet, 2.2., Vere secrecy, depression, #11Fig. 11

Hamlet, 2.2., Lo! VERE, I, E.O. fate (depression), #12Fig. 12

Hamlet (1623), 2.2., I'm VEREV, echo signature, #13Fig. 13

Hamlet (Q2, 1604), 2.2., CECIL, pestilent, #14Fig. 14   (9.14.14)       

Hamlet, 2.2, PEN, these are now rapiers, #15Fig. 15

Hamlet (Q2, 1604), 2.2., Vere here, #16Fig. 16

Hamlet (1623), 2.2., Tom Nashe, Ed Vere, my soule, #17Fig. 17

Hamlet (Q2, 1604), 2.2., I, Ed Vere, the lines, the scenes, #18Fig. 18

Hamlet (Q2, 1604), 2.2., VERE, the author, an excellent play, #19Fig. 19

Hamlet (Q2, 1604), 2.2., The play, by VEER, #20Fig. 20

 

 

IX. XV. MMXIV

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