A main focus on the allusions and comedy within the novel as well as references to the allusions to Hamlet throughout the novel.
In Stoppard's play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
there are many allusions to the play Hamlet which contribute to
the meaning of the play and helps the reader better understand
what is happening. In the tragedy, Hamlet Rosencrantz and
Guildenstern are two very minor characters whom the reader hardly
hears from throughout the course of the play. However, in Rosen
crantz and Guildenstern are Dead those two minor characters turn
into the main characters and the play is told from their point
of view using an abundance of slapstick/Abbot and Costello…
- A main focus on the allusions and comedy within the novel as well as references to the allusions to Hamlet throughout the novel.
- Critical essay on MAIN STREET by Sinclair Lewis
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