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But in this sonnet infinitive "to behold" was written by Shakespeare and another in conjunction with "as". In short, every person possessing the essence of man, it should be understood that the meaning of this combination "as to behold" must thoroughly investigate and that the proceeding requires some effort. Of course, probably not humanly categorically state that none of the readers or interpreters of this sonnet is making no effort to understand its meaning. But from these examples it is clear that their efforts proved to be quite enough. However, some readers have gone further. Unable to understand the meaning of the sonnet or obviously wanting it failed to do and all other readers, those few readers have gone on line fraud, the obvious villainy in relation to Shakespeare. They have become imprinted on the second line of the original sonnet comma after the word "as". The author of this note can immediately agree that the absence of a comma after "as" in the text of the sonnet in the first edition in 1609 due to only the general sloppiness of this publication, carried out is believed to be without the participation of the author of this sonnet.

The author of this notes immediately agree that the lack of adequate places just overlooked the people initiating the second edition of sonnets in 1640 (!) year, though the dedication of this edition indicates that people realize it really was loved and Shakespeare understood the way it does not like and do not understand until now. But the author of this article agree with this only on one condition – if he produces at least some, at any time, printed in England, a text in which the presence of comma after "as" not recognized as a clear typographical error or an obvious ignorance. In some responses to some of the author's note he mentioned the illegal rude epithets by which he rewards the translators Shakespeare and the people who read and read these works in their original language. The author points out that it was his rudeness often prevents accept his arguments, no matter how conclusive they are. And the author of this note these guidelines take into account the possibility of trying. But in this article should just bluntly state that the lack of understanding of the sonnet 66 by William Shakespeare, or reflect the wildness, inhumanity and its readers and interpreters, or clear their meanness. And the distance between the first and the last two qualities – only one printed sign.

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February 4th, 2012 at 9:10 pm

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