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Hamlet and His Problems
An alternative review of Shakespeare's play "Hamlet."
# 28630 | 1,289 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jun 30, 2003 in Literature (English) , English (Analysis) , Shakespeare (Hamlet)

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This paper presents a detailed examination of elements of the Shakespearean play, Hamlet. The writer of this paper uses "The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism". by T.S. Elliot to illustrate the paper's central argument. The writer also extracts passages from the play to support and underscore the paper's theme.

From the Paper:

"The play of Hamlet by William Shakespeare has long been studied as one of the greatest and most complicated works of all time. When one takes a first pass at the work one will be impressed by the seeming depth of the plot and the interlaced problems faced by the characters. It is only after one has taken a second look and examined the underpinnings of the truth of the story that one will begin to see what the great work really is. The work of Hamlet is a re-arranged version of an earlier play called The Spanish Tragedy by Thomas Kyd. Kyd's play holds so many similarities to Hamlet that the overlapping of their plots will show Hamlet to be nothing more than a superimposed image of the original story by the previous author(Eliot 1)."

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