Hamlet
August 4, 1595  /  271 pages  /  Fiction
This edition includes 10 illustrations. Shakespeare’s richly textured play, Hamlet, has provided readers and theatre-goers alike an exceptional drama presented through the unparalleled verses of the Bard. Prince Hamlet of Denmark, haunted by the ghost of his father, struggles with the impulse to avenge his father’s death at the hands of his uncle. The tragic romance between Hamlet and the doomed Ophelia is intertwined with this story of grief, guilt, and madness. William Shakespeare was possessed of not only the unique talent for crafting drama, but the uncanny abilities to both understand and lay bare to all the complexities of human nature and society.
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