For the Purposes of Defense: The Politics of the Jeffersonian Gunboat Program
This study of Hamlet begins with an examination of the play's use of real space and time as elements of a narration that is, in part, about a protagonist's perception of space and time. Robert E. Wood shows that distortions in Hamlet's perceptions of space and time accompany his disillusionment with cultural values. In the next phase of the book, Wood examines how wit and soliloquy are used in the protagonist's interrogation of language. In the third phase of the book,
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