T.S. Eliot's "Hamlet and His Problems"
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A critical essay refuting T.S. Eliot's historically-based assessment in "Hamlet and His Problems," that Shakespeare's Hamlet is an artistic failure that possesses improbable characters and an inexplicable plot.
From the Paper:"In his critical essay "Hamlet and His Problems", T. S. Eliot asserts, via a historical notion of literary theory, that Shakespeare's "Hamlet" is an utter artistic failure due to Shakespeare's inability to properly fashion into a credible drama the remake of Thomas Kyd's simpler and more effective revenge play of the same name. Eliot declares that the original Kyd "Hamlet" is a less convoluted, more focused work, in which revenge is the sole motive driving the..."
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