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The SeventeenthCentury Hamlet
Histrionic Tradition to the Retirement of Garrick
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Aaron Hill acted actor aesthetic allusions appeared audience Betterton character of Hamlet Charles Kemble Coleridge Coleridge's Colley Cibber concerning criticism of Hamlet David Garrick dramatic dramatist Ducis edit Edmund Kean Eighteenth Century Elizabethan emotional essay evidence example fact father formal criticism French criticism Friedrich Schlegel Garrick German criticism ghost gives Goethe Goethe's Hamlet criticism Hamlet's character Hamlet's words Hanmer Hazlitt hero heroic historical histrionic tradition Ibid ideas imagination intellectual interpretation Kean Kemble Kemble's Kydian Lamb later least London Mackenzie mad lover Madame De Stael madness malcontent melancholy Mendelssohn mind motif nature neo-classical Ophelia passion performance period poet point of view Polonius portrayal quoted remarks revenge Richardson role romantic critics says scene Schlegel script seems seen sentimental Seventeenth Century Shakespeare Shakespearian Shakespearian criticism soliloquy speaks spite stage Steevens supra Tate Wilkinson tendency theatre theatrical thought tion tragedy Voltaire Wilhelm Wilks William Shakespeare