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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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It definitively clarifies Claudius's response to The Murder of Gonzago. It vindicates Hamlet's course of action, given the ghost's injunction.
A traditional critical complaint is that, while toward the end of his "O what a rogue and peasant slave am I" soliloquy, Hamlet appears to conceive the idea of the play-within-the-play, he has already inquired if the players know the Murder of Gonzago and can insert into it the famous "dozen or sixteen lines."
He produces "The Murder of Gonzago" with certain alterations furnished by Hamlet to trap King Claudius into displaying his guilty conscience.