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Hamlet (Legendary character)
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Hamlet.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Technique.
Bibliography, etc. note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Formatted contents note: Contents: Variable texts : stage directions in Arden 3 Hamlet / Ann Thompson and Neil Taylor - Offstage noise and onstage action : entrances in the Ophelia sequence of Hamlet / June Schlueter and James P. Lusardi - Exit by indirection, finding directionsout / George Walton Williams - Hamlet's stage directions to the players / James Hirsh - Explicit stage directions (especially graphics) in Hamlet / Bernice W. Kliman - "- and Laertes" : the case against tidiness / Pamela Mason - "'Tis heere. 'Tis gone." : the ghost in the text / David G. Brailow - To soliloquize or not to soliloquize : Hamlet's "To be" speech in Q1 and Q2/F / Edna Zwick Boris - "I there's the point" in context : theatricality and authorship / Steven Urkowitz - The stage directions, overtand covert, of Hamlet 5.1 / John C. Meagher - "To see or not to see" :interpolations, extended scenes and musical accompaniment Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet / Iska Alter - Pictures in the closet : UkBU. properties and stage business in Hamlet 3.4 / Frank Nicholas Clary - Eighteenth and nineteenth-century visual representations of the graveyard scene in Hamlet / Alan R. Young - "Pah! Puh!" : Hamlet, Yorick, and the chopless stage direction / Hardin L. Aasand UkBU.