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Lots of critics have noted that Hamlet straddles the theological divide of early modern culture in its depiction of a Wittenberg-educated son — the university at Wittenberg was indelibly associated with the Protestant reformer Martin Luther — and his Catholic father doomed to Purgatory.

We can see the nostalgic tone of the play in the light of post-Reformation understandings of an alienated Catholic past. Usage terms Public Domain The theatrical past There are other resonant histories too.

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When Kenneth Branagh filmed Hamlet in , he cast the veteran actor Charlton Heston as the Player King: the choice of actor was a tribute to the outdated but heroic style of a previous acting generation. Shakespeare seems to have been doing something similar in writing the play. From Kyd, Shakespeare seems to have taken the figure of the ghost and the idea of the play-within-a-play; the hero of The Spanish Tragedy is called Horatio, and there too a woman runs mad with grief and kills herself.

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It gives Shakespeare, in short, the coordinates for his own drama, but it also casts Hamlet as a kind of homage. Like Hamlet the prince, we might say, Hamlet the play is haunted by a more successful predecessor it tries to imitate but cannot quite shake off.

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The real ghost of Hamlet is the theatrical past. Human skull, given by the novelist Victor Hugo to the French actress Sarah Bernhardt, and used when she performed Hamlet in Overshadowed by all these pasts, neither Hamlet nor Hamlet can make progress.


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Like its hero, the play loses its way in the structural fug of the trip to England, the pirates and the preposterous figure of Osric. She has published on many aspects of Shakespeare and his contemporaries in historical, bibliographic and performance contexts. The text in this article is available under the Creative Commons License.

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Hamlet : looking backwards. Emma Smith reads Hamlet as a play obsessed with retrospection, repetition and the theatre of the past. Usage terms Public Domain. The theatrical past There are other resonant histories too.

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Though the illustrations are unlabelled, the characters can be distinguished through their personality traits. With a brain in the place of a face, this image portrays a man overwhelmed by the weight of his thoughts. In Act 2, Scene 1, this image shows a neatly turned out woman, and astute viewers will notice that her body is formed by a screw, which holds her together and suggests the prospect of her being used as a tool by those around her. The screw has turned. Larded all with sweet flowers; Which bewept to the grave did not go With true-love showers.

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The image that accompanies the text of Act 3, Scene 1, is a scene in the castle in which Claudius sends Gertrude away, as he plots to spy on Hamlet. The two characters in the illustration wear long veils, strapped to their heads, on top of which their crowns sit. The veils highlight the deception, corruption, and manipulation of the characters, hiding their true agendas and emotions. Filed Under: Hamlet.