Aasand, Hardin L.
Pelion: Hamlet, Laertes, and the Revenge Tradition, 7th World
Shakespeare Congress, Valencia, short paper session 3.4: Revenge as a
Mediterranean Phenomenon Before and After Hamlet.
Shakespeare in the Bush,
"An American anthropologist set out to study the Tiv of West Africa
and was taught the true meaning of Hamlet," from Natural History
Burton, Philip. Hamlet,
from The Sole Voice.
Connotations series on Hamlet. This link is the index to
the debate. The idea is, a noted critic presents a viewpoint, in this
case John Russell Brown's "Multiplicity of Meaning in the Last Moments
of Hamlet," and then the debate ensues through a series of articles by
Coleridge, Samuel Tayor. Lecture
on Hamlet, from Lectures and Notes on Shakspere and Other English
- Crunelle-Vanrigh, Anny.
'Too Much in the (Black) Sun': Hamlet's First Soliloquy, A Kristevan
View. Renaissance Forum
2.2 (Autumn 97).
- de Grazia, Margareta. "Hamlet's
Thoughts and Antics," in Early Modern Culture, with
response by Juliet
- DiMatteo, Anthony. "Shakespeare
and the Public Discourse of Sovereignty: 'Reason of State' in Hamlet"
- Eliot, T. S. "Hamlet
and His Problems", from The Sacred Wood.
Foster, Donald, Vassar College. A
Romance of Electronic Scholarship; with the True and Lamentable
Tragedies of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Part 1: The Words.
[EMLS 3.3 / Special Issue 2]
Poet or Playwright?: The Player’s Speech in Hamlet. EMLS
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von.
Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship, from Google Book Search.
The discussion of Hamlet in chapter XIII is, in the words of Stephen
Greenblatt "...what is probably the most influential of all readings of
Hamlet..." (Hamlet in Purgatory, p. 229).
|"And when the ghost has vanished, who is it who stands
before us? A young hero panting for vengeance? A
prince by birth, rejoicing to be called to punish the usurper of
his crown? No!...A lovely, pure, noble, and most moral
nature without the strength of nerve which forms a hero, sinks
beneath a burden which it cannot bear and must not cast away."
From Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship, p. 240.
and Parental Advice in Hamlet, EMLS 11.3.
HamletWorks.org "offers deep levels of information on Hamlet
and related works for scholars, students, theater practitioners, and
Hatchuel, Sarah. Leading
the Gaze: From Showing to Telling in Kenneth Branagh's Henry V
and Hamlet, from EMLS 6.1.
- Hazlitt, William.
Shakespeare's Plays - Hamlet. (1817).
Johnston, Ian. An
Introduction to Hamlet.
Johnston, Ian. The
Issue of Language: Introduction to Richard II and Hamlet.
Jorgensen, Paul A. Hamlet.
Mother Matter: Repression, Revision, and the Stakes of 'Reading
Psychoanalysis Into' Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet, from
Hamlet and the Deamons...An Inquiry Into the Nature of the Ghost and Its
Mission. An Online Book.
Subjectivity and Slander in Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing,
Pittman, L. Monique.
A Son Less Than
Kind: Iconography, Interpolation,and Masculinity in Branagh’s Hamlet,
Seeing Madame Bernhardt's Hamlet
Roth, Steve .
Hamlet as The
Christmas Prince: Certain Speculations on Hamlet, the Calendar,
Revels, and Misrule, EMLS 7.3.
Roth, Steve. "Who
Knows Who Knows Who’s There? An Epistemology of Hamlet (Or, What Happens
in the Mousetrap)" EMLS 10.2.
Smith, Bruce R.
Green: Logomarginality in Hamlet, EMLS 7.1.
Thompson, Ann. "The
First and Second Quartos of Hamlet," an "Experts
View" feature part of the British Library's
Shakespeare in Quarto exhibit.