Observations on Hamlet: And on the Motives which Most Probably Induced Shakespeare to Fix Upon the Story of Amleth, from the Danish Chronicle of Saxo Grammaticus, for the Plot of that Tragedy: Being an Attempt to Prove that He Designed it as an Indirect Censure on Mary Queen of Scots
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