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Quote Unquote (Posted on 2007-06-26) Difficulty: 2 of 5

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Part 1. Rearrange the letters in each vertical column to find the description of a famous quote. (Note: spaces remain in place)
Part 2. Name the Quote.
Part 3. What is the connection between the description and the quote?
Part 4 Extra Credit. Who is the author of the quote? (More than 1 possible answer has been suggested)

  Submitted by Vernon Lewis    
Rating: 3.7500 (4 votes)
Solution: (Hide)
Part 1. In one of the Bards best thought of tragedies our insistent hero Hamlet queries on two fronts about how life turns rotten
Part 2. To be or not to be, that is the question Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
Part 3. Part 1 and Part 2 are anagrams of each other.
Part 4. Generally accepted as William Shakespeare but also claimed to be really by Francis Bacon, Christopher Marlowe, Edward de Vere (Earl of Oxford) etc

Comments: ( You must be logged in to post comments.)
  Subject Author Date
posible soltino to part 4adam2007-06-28 03:46:58
re: No SubjectJosie Faulkner2007-06-27 19:28:38
No SubjectAndrea2007-06-27 05:50:12
Hints/TipsWell Done (part spoiler)Vernon Lewis2007-06-27 04:29:22
SolutionGiving away the answer to part 3John Reid2007-06-26 21:03:33
Excellent puzzleJosie Faulkner2007-06-26 14:50:19
Solutionmost partsCharlie2007-06-26 10:00:41
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