Hamlet: Man delights not me—
Horatio: That’s not what you said last night, my lord.
Rosencrantz and Guildestern: WHAT.
Civilain casulities of a German air raid on the outside of Antwerp, Beligum
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A production of Hamlet where in Act 4 Horatio’s always around, always in the background, and he sees what’s going on, he sees the king and Laertes plotting, and as soon as he gets the letter from Hamlet he rushes to him because he needs to tell him and
Hamlet keeps cutting him off. All through the graveyard scene Horatio’s grabbing his shoulder and opening his mouth and Hamlet’s not interested, and not paying attention, and distracting him, and then he goes a bit nuts, and then in 5.2 Horatio’s still trying to get him to listen, Hamlet, listen … and then they’re summoned and he tries and the court shows up and all he can manage to get out is “If your mind dislike any thing, obey it” and then the king is there and he can’t say anything more and Hamlet still isn’t listening.
Ernest Hemingway inspects a rifle with a Republican soldier during the Spanish Civil War, 1938