2018-02-01 01:16:54 UTC
Francisco at his post. Enter to him Bernardo
Enter Horatio and Marcellus
Exeunt. <---------- means [All (of them) exit] ?
[Re-enter Ghost] is interesting in that
it indicates [Hey, this is not his 1st appearance!]
one idea is: Enter, or Exit (with the singular S) is
to make them easier to spot.
In the old days, was there a special tool for
knowing the 1st and last appearance of character X ?
This would be handy for deciding...
Can the same actor play characters X and Y ?
"Enter" does seem like a subjunctive ...
at this point, the stage directions specify that
Hamlet enter (or that Ghost Re-enter ).
reorder to make them easier to spot.