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Hamlet in Performance
General Sites for Shakespeare &
General Sites for Shakespeare and
VMI's Shakespeare Home Page
, general Shakespeare resources, including links to the Globe Theatre.
, a hub site with links to text, summary, analysis, etc.
, a hub site from the University of Basel, Switzerland.
, a hub site for Hamlet web pages, including history and analytical essays.
by Kate Maurer of the University of Minnesota.
Interpretation and Performances of
, from The Norton Shakespeare Workshop CD-ROM, edited by Mark Rose
, by three professors at the University of Liège, Michel Delville, Pierre Michel, and Eriks Uskalis (in French and English).
Hamlet on the Ramparts
, an excellent site from M.I.T. that focuses on Act 1, Scenes 4 and 5, Hamlet's confrontation with the Ghost.
Shakespeare and His Critics
, a collection of 19th-century essays, many of which are on
, including works by Hazlitt and Coleridge, and a letter about Ophelia by Helena Faucit, who played the part with Macready.
"Multiplicity of Meaning in the Last Moments of Hamlet"
, a paper for a symposium on paranoia in 1992 by John Russell Brown, published in the journal
, which led to a
note by Dieter Miehl
on the applicability of Brown's ideas onstage, a
rebuttal by Maurice Charney
response by Brown
on the "Connotations of Hamlet's Final Silence."
Hamlet: The Undiscovered Country
This is a commercial site advertising Steve Roth's book, which addresses many of the controversies surrounding Hamlet (was he mad? how old is he?) and which is aimed at the intelligent reader who is not an expert. This is not an endorsement of any of the ideas in the book, but this is a useful site with the book's entire
and very good
links to other
, a list of literary titles that contain references to
or from quotations in the play.
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