Hamlet (Penguin Clásicos) by William Shakespeare

By William Shakespeare

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Edición bilingüe. Versión de Tomás Segovia

En una gélida noche, tan funesta que el viento se vuelve mensajero de terribles presagios, Hamlet, Horacio y tres soldados se reúnen con el propósito de desentrañar el misterio en torno al espectro que ha aparecido en las últimas noches cerca del castillo. Solo hablará con Hamlet, pues esa criatura castigada a vagar por las tierras de Elsinor fue su padre, el último rey de Dinamarca. Su hermano Claudio le traicionó arrebatándole los angeles vida, el trono y su reina. Un terrible crimen que reclama justicia.

Frente al magnífico texto unique presentamos los angeles versión de Tomás Segovia, una de las más apreciadas en español. Asimismo, cuenta con una introducción a shipment de Alan Sinfield, catedrático emérito de literatura inglesa de los angeles Universidad de Sussex.

«En este instante yo podría

beber sangre caliente, y hacer cosas

tan amargas, que el día temblaría de verlas.»

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M e g . Well, it would have been easier last week. g o l d b e r g . It would, eh? m e g . Yes. g o l d b e r g . Why? How many have you got here at the moment? m e g . Just one at the moment. GOLDBERG. Just One? m e g . Yes. Just one. Until you came. g o l d b e r g . And your husband, of course? m e g . Yes, but he sleeps with me. g o l d b e r g . What does he do, your husband? m e g . He’s a deck-chair attendant. g o l d b e r g . Oh, very nice, m e g . Yes, he’s out in all weathers. goldberg.

We’re booked out. Your room is taken. Mrs Boles forgot to tell you. You’ll have to find somewhere else. g o l d b e r g . Are you the manager here? ST AN LE Y. That’s right. g o l d b e r g . Is it a good game? St a n l e y . I run the house. I’m afraid you and your friend will have to find other accommodation. • GOLDBERG (rising). Oh, I forgot, I must congratulate you on your birthday. (Offering his hand) Congratulations. S t a n l e y (ignoring hand). Perhaps you’re deaf. g o l d b e r g . No, what makes you think that?

M c c a n n . Your cigarette is near that paper. St a n l e y Voicesfrom the back. Where the hell are they? ) Why don’t they come in? What are they doing out there? m c c a n n . You want to steady yourself. St a n l e y . St a n l e y St a n l e y crosses to him and grips his arm. (urgently). Look— THE B I R T H D A Y P A R T Y 52 Don’t touch me. S t a n l e y . Look. Listen a minute. m c c a n n . Let go my arm. S t a n l e y . Look. Sit down a minute. m c c a n n (savagely, hitting his arm).

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