Stephen Price, the manager of the Park Theatre, is counting on having
Constable: “To be or not to be. That is what we must ask. Perhaps it is nobler in the heart … No, no, in the mind? In the mind to seek riches and fortunes. And by … and by ….”
Price: Good evening, Constable.
[... … …]
Constable: I think I understand your meaning, sir. Maybe me and the follows ought to take a look into it. Perhaps you’re right, Mr. Price.
Price: I am right, Constable. I know it.
Brown, Carlyle. The African Company Presents Richard III. New York, 1994, pp.17-19.
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