Reviewed by: Brandon
Here enters Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. He is a man who's father was King of Denmark but he is now dead. In fact, he was assassinated. After one fateful encounter with a ghost, Hamlet is now suspicious of his uncle Claudius, who is now King, to be his father's murderer. But the problem is that Hamlet doesn't shift into action. He doesn't act upon anything. But he does, disaster happens. Very well written play containing one of the most famous and timeless soliloquies in the English world.
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