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“How all occasions to inform against me,/And spur my dull revenge.”

Hamlet Act Four, Part Three By Dennis Abrams ———————————- One point I’d like to make right off the bat:  We’ve talked a lot about Shakespeare’s use of “doubling” throughout Hamlet – but I don’t think the Hamlet/Ophelia doubling has been … Continue reading

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“O that this too too sullied flesh would melt,/Thaw, and resolve itself into a dew…”

Hamlet Act One, Part One By Dennis Abrams ———————————— MAJOR CHARACTERS Prince Hamlet of Denmark, son of King Hamlet and Gertrude Horatio, a student friend of Hamlet Ghost of King Hamlet Gertrude, King Hamlet’s widow and Claudius’s wife Polonius, a … Continue reading

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