Immerse yourself in one of Shakespeare’s most powerful and influential tragedies as Shakespeare In Bits brings you on a journey of deception, revenge, treachery, indecision and moral decay through the fabled and tragic character of Hamlet. Shakespeare In Bits: Hamlet is the only study guide you will need to teach, understand and appreciate one of Shakespeare's most celebrated works.
Set in the kingdom of Denmark, Shakespeare’s Hamlet recounts the tragic tale of Prince Hamlet. Mourning the death of his father and furious at his mother’s hasty remarriage to his uncle Claudius, Prince Hamlet is visited by the ghost of his late father, who indicts Claudius as his own killer. Swearing revenge and feigning (or perhaps, falling into) madness, Hamlet tests his uncle’s conscience by arranging the performance of an old play whose plot mirrors recent events.
However, an accidental, rage-induced killing of the eavesdropping court chamberlain, Polonius, puts into motion a disastrous course of events that will result in the mental demise and eventual deaths of an entire family line. Shakespeare’s Hamlet is a vivid portrayal of love, hate, loyalty, revenge, overwhelming grief, seething rage, ambition, indecision, honesty and deception.
Shakespeare In Bits: Hamlet is the only study guide you need to understand, teach and appreciate one of Shakespeare's finest works. Suitable for teachers and students of all ages in the classroom — and beyond.
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