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Introduction by David Bevington
Shakespeares Tragic PeriodHamlet by A C Bradley
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A. C. Bradley action actor answer appearance audience character Claudius conscience consciousness Copyright corruption critics death delay Denmark doubt Dover Wilson dramatic earth Elizabethan emotion evil fact father feeling Fortinbras Gertrude Ghost God's guilt Hamlet says Hamlet's world hath heart heaven hero Horatio human imagination innocent intellectual irony justice kill Claudius killing of Polonius king King's L. C. Knights Laertes Lear madness man's matter means melancholy merely moral mother mystery nature ness Ophelia Othello passion perhaps play players plot poison Polonius Prince problem providence Ptolomaic punishment queen question rank and gross reality reason repent Reprinted by permission reveal revenge Revenge Tragedy riddle Rosencrantz and Guildenstern scene scourge and minister seems sense Shakespeare Shakespearean Tragedy shock soliloquy soul Spanish Tragedy speak speech suffers T. S. Eliot things thou thought tion tragic University Press virtue whole words