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Chatto & Windus, 1996 - Drama - 213 pages
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Following his extraordinary popular success with Henry V and Much Ado About Nothing, Branagh has brought to the screen the complete full-length version of Shakespeare's greatest play, in a fabulous 19th century setting.

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... the plot of shakespeare's plays always be dramatic. - Goodreads
I always find plays very difficult to read. - Goodreads
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Maybe I'm biased as someone who has lived in Denmark and walked the grounds supposedly known to be Hamlet's castle, but I believe this to be the greatest published work of Shakespeare. An engrossing plot, fabulous characters, a truly beautifully written tragedy. Read full review

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User Review  - Adrian Seijido - Goodreads

to read this book time is needed to understand the superiority of shakesperean langauge. I liked the ending of the book but will not spoil anything. Read full review

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