"Hamlet" by William Shakespeare
"Hamlet", one of William Shakespeare's earliest tragedies, is often thought of as his most personal playwright. It is a tale of murder, revenge, deceit, and spying all stemming from the murder of the king of Denmark, King Hamlet. As Michael Neil summarizes, it is a narrative of "a king killed by his brother, who then marries the dead kings widow, of the young price who must pretend to be mad in order to save his own life, who eludes a series of traps laid for him by his wicked uncle, and who finally revenges his fathers death by killing the uncle" (Neill, 310). Numerous themes and ideas…
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