Author : Sam Bobrick
Genre : Princes
Publisher : Samuel French, Inc.
ISBN : 0573619832
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Hamlet, but with a happier ending. If you've had trouble grasping the intent of Shakespeare's classic endeavor, this should clear it up once and for all. The text remains very true to good old Will's basic fundamentals.

Author : Terry Mort
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN : 9781493064991
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Hollywood in the Thirties: Nazi saboteurs, gangsters running gambling ships, British spies and diplomats, FBI agents, starlets looking for the big break, cheap hustlers on the fringes of the law, local cops—some are friends and some are adversaries, but all are involved somehow with Riley Fitzhugh, a private eye who’s wondering whether the death of an English aristocrat really was an accident.

Author : Edited by W. Turner
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : S. Chand Publishing
ISBN : 9788121910989
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Great Stories in Easy English

Author : Masahisa Segawa
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781000485752
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This book explores the remarkable phenomenon of Chinese lineages – groups of people connected through patrilineal kinship ties, which have existed for centuries in China and which are currently undergoing significant revival after being suppressed in many parts of China during the cultural revolution period. The book considers how lineages and the associated networks and membership associations have developed, surveys how lineages have been studied by anthropologists and others over time in different ways, and discusses the important social functions of lineages in contemporary Hong Kong and mainland China.

Author : Zrinka Cutura
Genre : Photography
Publisher : Tectum Wissenschaftsverlag
ISBN : 9783828855366
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William Shakespeares Tragödie Hamlet ist nicht nur ein zentrales Werk der Weltliteratur, sondern seit den ersten Tagen bewegter Bilder auch eine ständige Inspiration für Filmemacher aus aller Welt. Unzählige Male wurde der Stoff für die Leinwand und das Fernsehen adaptiert. Laurence Olivier, Mel Gibson oder Ethan Hawke schlüpften vor der Kamera in die Rolle des dänischen Prinzen. Weit mehr als 50 Filme tragen Hamlet im Titel, darunter schon eine Stummfilmproduktion aus dem Jahr 1900. Hamlet im Film beleuchtet beinahe ein Jahrhundert Film- und Kulturgeschichte anhand acht ausgewählter Hamlet-Verfilmungen, die repräsentativ wichtige technische, ästhetische und ideologische Etappen der Filmgeschichte illustrieren. Sie reichen von Svend Gades Stummfilm mit Asta Nielsen aus dem Jahr 1920, über Laurence Oliviers Klassiker von 1948, Grigori Kosinzews sowjetrussische Fassung von 1964 und Kenneth Branaghs mehr als vierstündiges Epos von 1996 bis zu Gregory Dorans gefeierter moderner Produktion aus dem Jahr 2009. Die unterschiedlichen Ansätze und Interpretationen der Regisseure spiegeln dabei anschaulich den jeweils vorherrschenden Zeitgeist. Sie dokumentieren andererseits aber auch die Zeitlosigkeit Hamlets.

Author : Margrethe Jolly
Genre : Literary Criticism
Publisher : McFarland
ISBN : 9781476615561
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It is nearly two centuries since the first quarto of Hamlet was rediscovered, yet there is still no consensus about its relationship to the second quarto. Indeed, the first quarto, the least frequently read Hamlet, has been dismissed as “corrupt,” “inferior” or like “a mutilated corpse,” even though in performance it has been described as “the absolute dynamo behind the play.” Currently one hypothesis dominates explanations about the quartos’ interrelationship, supposing that the first quarto (published 1603) was reconstructed from memory by one or more actors who had performed minor roles in a version of the second quarto (published 1604–5). The present study reports on a detailed linguistic reassessment of the principal arguments for memorial reconstruction. The evidence—including a three way comparison between the underlying French source in Les Histoires Tragiques and the two quartos, and the informal features and specific grammatical aspects, and a documented memorial reconstruction in 1779—does not support the dominant hypothesis. The cumulative evidence suggests that the earliest scholars to examine the first quarto were right: the 1603 Hamlet came first, and the second quarto is a substantial, later revision.

Author : Alex Newell
Genre : Literary Criticism
Publisher : Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN : 0838634044
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This work defines the dramatic rationale of the Hamlet soliloquies in their dramatic contexts, thereby clarifying the tragic idea that organizes the play.

Author : Evangeline Maria O'Connor
Genre :
Publisher :
ISBN : IND:32000011329663
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Author : Timothy J. Duggan
Genre : Drama
ISBN : 9781593633233
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Part of Prufrock's new series for the upper level classroom, Advanced Placement Classroom: Hamlet allows teachers to take a fresh approach on one of Shakespeare's most famous plays, by moving beyond basic history and memorization of quotes. Students will study cultural variations of the Hamlet story, recreate the tale's events in a news show format, rewrite scenes using modern-day perspectives, and create their own blogs to discuss the play's relationship to contemporary life.

Author : William Shakespeare
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Publisher :
ISBN : 9798707148064
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Hamlet, probably composed between 1599 and 1601, takes place in Denmark and tells how Prince Hamlet carries out his revenge on his uncle Claudius who murdered Hamlet's father, the king, and holds the usurped crown as well as nuptials with Gertrude, the mother of Hamlet. The play is vividly traced around insanity (both real and feigned) and the course from deep pain to inordinate anger. It also explores the themes of betrayal, revenge, incest and moral corruption.