Shakespeare: Hamlet by Paul A. CantorShakespeare: Hamlet by Paul A. Cantor

Shakespeare: Hamlet

byPaul A. Cantor

Hardcover | June 21, 2004

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Paul Cantor presents a clearly structured introduction to Shakespeare's most famous tragedy. After examining Hamlet's status as tragic hero and central enigma of delayed revenge in light of the play's Renaissance context, Cantor discusses its dramatic and poetic techniques. He considers the uniquely varied reception of the play on the stage and in literature from the seventeenth century to the present day.

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Paul A. Cantor has authored dozens of articles in various publications and is a regular contributor to The Weekly Standard and The American Enterprise, Cantor lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he is professor of English at the University of Virginia.
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Title:Shakespeare: HamletFormat:HardcoverDimensions:118 pages, 7.8 × 5.08 × 0.39 inPublished:June 21, 2004Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0521840031

ISBN - 13:9780521840033

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Table of Contents

Chronology; Part I. Hamlet and the Renaissance: 1. The Renaissance context; 2. Heroism in the Renaissance epic tradition; 3. Tragedy and Renaissance man; 4. The place of Hamlet in Shakespeare's career; Part II. The Tragedy of Hamlet: 5. The problem of Hamlet; 6. Hamlet and the revenge play tradition; 7. Hamlet and classical heroism; 8. Hamlet and Christianity; 9. Hamlet as tragic hero; 10. The end of Hamlet; Part III. Dramatic and Poetic Technique: 11. The drama of Hamlet; 12. The language of Hamlet; Part IV. The Heritage of Hamlet: 13. Hamlet in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; 14. Hamlet in the nineteenth century; 15. The comic Hamlet; 16. Hamlet in the twentieth century; Works cited; Guide to further reading.

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'... provides a clear introduction to Hamlet ...' Cahiers Élisabéthains