List of illustrations General editors preface Preface INTRODUCTION The challenges of Hamlet - The challenge of acting Hamlet - The challenge of editing Hamlet - The challenge to the greatness of Hamlet: Hamlet versus Lear Hamlet in our time - The soliloquies and the modernity of Hamlet - Hamlet and Freud - Reading against the Hamlet tradition Hamlet in Shakespeares time - Hamlet at the turn of the century - The challenge of dating Hamlet - Was there an earlier Hamlet play? - Are there any early references to Shakespeares play? - Can we date Hamlet in relation to other contemporary plays? - Hamlets first performances The story of Hamlet - Murder most foul - An antic disposition - Sentences, speeches and thoughts The composition of Hamlet - The quartos and the Folio - The quartos - The First Folio - The relationship of Q2 to Q1 - The relationship of F to Q2 - What, then, of Q1? - Editorial practice - Why a three-text edition? Hamlet on stage and screen - Hamlet and his points - Enter the director - Hamlet and politics Novel Hamlets - Hamlet meets Fielding, Goethe, Dickens and others - Hamlet and women novelists - Prequels and sequels The continuing mystery of Hamlet THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK (The Second Quarto, 1604-5) Appendix 1: Folio-only passages Appendix 2: Textual discussion Appendix 3: Editorial conventions, sample edited passages and a comparison of scenes across the three texts Appendix 4: The act division at 3.4/4.1 Appendix 5: Casting Appendix 6: Music Abbreviations and references Abbreviations used in notes Works by and partly by Shakespeare Editions of Shakespeare collated Other works cited Index
Looking for a good mystery? Look no further than the novels and poems of your favorite classical author or poet. As an undergraduate English major, , a at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), studied the works of William Shakespeare, John Milton, Jonathan Swift, and others. Now, he has combined his knowledge of literature and medicine to write a book about the medical mysteries surrounding the lives and deaths of famous authors. His book, , was published in November 2012.
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