The young man's heart beat fast as he listened, for he needed no further proof that her madness
was feigned, and that it was love of him which had caused her to resort to this species of trick.
In a hasty study like the present the reasons for Hamlet's pretense of madness
can be arrived at only by starting not only with some knowledge of the details of the earlier versions but with some definite theory.
Suffering was it, and impotence--that created all backworlds; and the short madness
of happiness, which only the greatest sufferer experienceth.
The suicide of a lady - THIS ACT OF MADNESS OR DESPAIR.
He walked frail, insignificant, shabby, miserable - and terrible in the simplicity of his idea calling madness and despair to the regeneration of the world.
I drove my fingers into my ears, but they screamed into my head till the room rang with it, that in one generation before him the madness slumbered, but that his grandfather had lived for years with his hands fettered to the ground, to prevent his tearing himself to pieces.
I knew that she could not live long; but the thought that before her death she might give birth to some ill-fated being, destined to hand down madness to its offspring, determined me.
I kept my eyes carefully from him at first, for I knew what he little thought--and I gloried in the knowledge--that the light of madness gleamed from them like fire.
The first effects of the latter was the strange delusion, founded upon a well-known medical theory, strongly contended for by some, and as strongly contested by others, that an hereditary madness existed in his family.
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