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Hamlet

In Oregon, a political subdivision equivalent to a rural village. While hamlets are organized, they do not have the ability to tax and do not provide utilities.
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In other words, at least as I understand it, Cutrofello's ultimate intention is not to see Shakespeare's Hamlet through the lens of Lacan but rather to see the history of modern philosophy through the marginal--or at least spectral--lens of the character of Hamlet.
For many young people this was their first encounter with Hamlet, the tormented prince whose uncle killed his father and then married his (Hamlet's) mother.
Whatever Hamlets Arab adapters may devise," she speculates, "will surely reflect (and reflect on) that reality" (188).
Litvin's journey begins from Egypt in 1952 with Gamal Ab del Nasser's geopolitical and cultural attributes allowing an array of Hamlets to reflect on collective identity and historical agency.
Dr Who star David Tennant made his long-awaited appearance as Hamlet in a Royal Shakespeare Company production - and the critics have declared him a good, if not great, Dane.
Kenneth Branagh also makes a cameo appearance as Hamlet, as does a grandiloquent Charlton Heston as the Player King.
Hamlets in small communities across Japan where those aged 65 or older account for more than half the number of residents are on the verge of extinction in the face of the falling birthrate and the aging of Japanese society as a whole.
Simon Russell Beale's Hamlet was much admired: highly intelligent, a great analyser of his soliloquies.
Eventually, Koo Koo Roo, which serves freshly prepared foods, probably will locate some of its kitchens in several Hamlets.
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Of those four Hamlets, Gielgud thought that the first was best.
Reared in the British tradition of repertory ensemble, where actors switch back and forth between lead and bit parts, Branagh sees himself simply as one in a long line of Hamlets extending back over nine or 10 generations - a temporary caretaker of a character who belongs to the ages.