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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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Review: Hamlet

User Review  - Izzy Randall - Goodreads

This is definitely one of Shakespeare's best work and one which is really quite enjoyable to read. I've seen the production with David tenant in and it certainly does it justice in my eyes. If you ... Read full review

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User Review  - Robby Bassler - Goodreads

Hamlet acts much like his late father in that he believes that women have little bearing over their own decisions, due to their submissive nature, and thus should not be punished; however, when they ... Read full review

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