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The Shakespearean Tragedy
The Meaning Behind Hamlet
Crash Course: Shakespeare's Hamlet
Britannica High School Edition
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Hamlet in your Learning Commons
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Hamlet at the Movies
Directed by Michael Almereyda, this modernized 2000 version starred Ethan Hawke, Julia Stiles, Bill Murray, and Kyle MacLachlan.
Directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh in the title role, this 1996 version also starred Julie Christie.
Directed by Franco Zeffirelli, this 1990 version starred Mel Gibson, Glenn Close, and Alan Bates.