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Hamlet (1603): Web Sources

A list of resources available through Truxal Library for researching Shakespeare's Hamlet


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These are open-access websites:

The English Renaissance in Context
Tutorials on some of Shakespeare's plays and a database of scanned texts from The Univeristy of Pennsylvania's Furness Shakespeare Library

Hamlet and His Problems
Essay by T.S. Eliot

Internet Shakespeare Editions
Full-text, annotated plays and poems, supplemental information about Shakespeare's life and times, and criticism of his work

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