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Fans of The Bard's work will certainly appreciate this as I call R&GAD, "The Post-It™ Note of Hamlet"!
Overall, this was a wonderful story, with unique twists and humorous dialogue rounding out two fo Shakespeare's most flat characters.
This feeling of entrapment makes powerful statements concerning the struggle between fate and self determination.
This is the only play we had to read last semester for my Intro. to Drama class that I really was not able to get into much at all. I wouldn't say it felt like a chore to read it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. A. Kleinhans
Genius. Comes off as cingmfusing but once you realize that the point is to confuse, it stops confusing you. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ed Byrne
This play must be excellent entertainment when performed. Beyond that, it includes seemingly odd sequences whose symbolism challenges the reader or viewer to think seriously about... Read morePublished 4 months ago by david hildreth
Just one of my favorite lines from this fine play is "What a fine persectution--to be kept intrigued without ever being enlightened. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Coach Connye
I have seen the play twice and am reading it for a class. It is so funny. Wish some nearby theatre would put it on.Published 5 months ago by Barbara C. Page
I bought this with the intention of printing one scene out for my acting class and could not print it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Travis Foster
Need to read it for school. Its an interesting story and i like it so far. (Im half way through).Published 5 months ago by DV19
Yes, this is a play and many people read them in school because they HAD to. I enjoyed this read because it brought back to mind the play I saw at the Black Friars theater in... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kimberley McManus
It's a classic if you can take the time understand the writing style and humor behind it. Definitely worth checking out.Published 7 months ago by Dustin Weeks