The Klingon Hamlet The Klingon Hamlet question


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Habib Habib Dec 13, 2018 03:07AM
In a scene from the film Star Trek VI a dinner is held for the Klingon chancellor, Gorkon. He makes a toast to "the undiscovered country...the future". Spock, recognising the quotation, responds, "Hamlet, Act 3 Scene 1", to which Gorkon replies with his statement about the "original" Klingon text of Shakespeare. Though Gorkon does not quote from the "original" Klingon text, another character, Chang, quotes the Klingon words "taH pagh taHbe'" (To be, or not to be). The film is filled with other quotations and references to Shakespeare.


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Remory (last edited Jan 31, 2019 02:25AM ) Jan 30, 2019 03:21AM   0 votes
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