Guess a Quote (10.20.14)

Guess a Quote (Tale of Two Ciities)

Last week, Elisabeth Sullivan recommended a quote from A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens. The fun thing about classics is that, if you haven’t already read them, you can get them free on your Kindle. It seems like a bunch of you are familiar enough with the story to guess the quote, but haven’t actually read the book. Jennifer Sauer, Spencer R., Hanna R., Annie Hawthorne, and starshining4ever all guessed correctly. Good job guys!

Here’s a quote that should be relatively easy for fans of this particular author. Definitely a classic.

To die, to sleep –
To sleep, perchance to dream – ay, there’s the rub,
For in this sleep of death what dreams may come…

Happy Guessing

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9 Comments

  1. Jennifer Sauer

     /  October 20, 2014

    OH! I know this one too without having read the book XD It’s Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

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  2. Mark

     /  October 20, 2014

    Love that scene. It’s Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

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  3. I believe it is Hamlet by William Shakespeare. 🙂

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  4. Ahhhh, I know it’s Shakespeare, but I don’t know which work. I want to say A Midsummer Nights Dream, but I’ve never read it so I’m probably wrong. 😛

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  5. Hamlet’s soliloquy! From act 3, scene 1. 😀

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  6. That’s from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Never actually read it…but saw that quote when I was looking through it for the “To be or not to be” phrase.

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  7. Sounds like Shakespeare but I’m not sure which work. Haven’t actually read most of his stuff.

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  8. Aubrey Lidden

     /  October 22, 2014

    hahahah ah my favorite play!!!!!! i once knew this whole speech of by hart. its Hamlet.!!!!! ( if im wrong then im very ashamed)

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