On Hamlet.

By: Madariaga, SalvadorMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2012Description: 1 online resource (161 p.)ISBN: 9781136264047Subject(s): Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. HamletGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: On HamletDDC classification: 822.33 LOC classification: PR2807 .M34 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; On Hamlet ; Copyright ; Contents ; Introduction to the First Edition ; Preface to the Second Edition ; Chapter I. Hamlet's Character ; 1. In Search of a Character for the Chief Character
2. Hamlet and Don Quixote 3. Hamlet's Backbone ; 4. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern ; 5. Polonius ; 6. Laertes ; Chapter II. Hamlet and Ophelia : Enigmas and Their Key
1.the Sentimental Falsification. 2. Barbarous and Supersubtle ; 3. Did Hamlet Love Ophelia?
4. Did Ophelia Love Hamlet and Was She Candid? 5. Hamlet's Attitude Unexplained. ; 6. The Sources ; Chapter III. Hamlet and Ophelia : Shakespeare's Own Words ; 1. the Sullied Flesh
2. Hamlet's Sensuality. 3. Sermons to Ophelia. ; 4. The Closet Scene ; 5. The 'fishmonger' Scene ; 6. The 'nunnery' Scene ; 7. The Play Scene ; 8. The Scene of Ophelia's Madness ; 9. Ophelia's Death and Funeral ; Chapter IV. The Queen and the King ; 1. The Queen.
2. King Claudius.
Summary: Published in 1964, ""On Hamlet"" is an important contribution to the field of Perormance.
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Cover ; On Hamlet ; Copyright ; Contents ; Introduction to the First Edition ; Preface to the Second Edition ; Chapter I. Hamlet's Character ; 1. In Search of a Character for the Chief Character

2. Hamlet and Don Quixote 3. Hamlet's Backbone ; 4. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern ; 5. Polonius ; 6. Laertes ; Chapter II. Hamlet and Ophelia : Enigmas and Their Key

1.the Sentimental Falsification. 2. Barbarous and Supersubtle ; 3. Did Hamlet Love Ophelia?

4. Did Ophelia Love Hamlet and Was She Candid? 5. Hamlet's Attitude Unexplained. ; 6. The Sources ; Chapter III. Hamlet and Ophelia : Shakespeare's Own Words ; 1. the Sullied Flesh

2. Hamlet's Sensuality. 3. Sermons to Ophelia. ; 4. The Closet Scene ; 5. The 'fishmonger' Scene ; 6. The 'nunnery' Scene ; 7. The Play Scene ; 8. The Scene of Ophelia's Madness ; 9. Ophelia's Death and Funeral ; Chapter IV. The Queen and the King ; 1. The Queen.

2. King Claudius.

Published in 1964, ""On Hamlet"" is an important contribution to the field of Perormance.

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