With the full annotated text, summaries and analysis of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
- Scene Index: Links to scenes, with brief summaries. The text has a line number for each line.
- Scene Summaries and Abstracts: With links to passages in the text.
- Search the Text of Hamlet.
- The Characters of Hamlet: Annotated links to all appearances of a character and all mentions of that character by other characters.
- Analysis of Hamlet's Character: Annotated links to passages that illustrate aspects of Hamlet's character.
- Themes: Annotated links to passages particularly relevant to significant themes.
- Also of interest:
- Notable Quotes in Hamlet: Each quote is briefly explained and linked to the text, so you can see the quote in context.
- Frequently Asked Questions about Hamlet: A Q&A guide to Bradley's justly famous Shakespearean Tragedy, reprinted on another part of the Shakespeare Navigators site.
- T.S. Eliot's very famous (and very snotty) essay, "Hamlet and His Problems," in which Eliot defines "objective correlative" and declares that Hamlet "is most certainly an artistic failure."
- Ernest Jones' "The Oedipus-Complex as an Explanation of Hamlet's Mystery."
- Pages from Coleridge's Lectures and Notes on Shakspere and Other English Poets, in which the great Romantic poet describes Hamlet as one who thinks too much.
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