Hamlet (Golden Eagle World Classics Collection, Illustrated)
Independently Published, 17. mar. 2020 - 202 sider
The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, or just Hamlet, is arguably Shakespeare's best known tragedy, and is still today one of the most performed plays in the world. Written around 1600, Shakespeare's longest play with more than 30,000 words follows the Danish Prince Hamlet on his revenge against his uncle Claudius, who killed Hamlet's father to take possession of his throne and marry Hamlet's mother. Many writers throughout the centuries have been inspired by the dramatization of Hamlet's hesitation to kill his uncle, expressing the multifaceted philosophical and ethical issues relating to family, honor, and revenge. The Golden Eagle World Classics Collection is a collection of pioneering works that shaped the understanding of human history and philosophy. Each work is accompanied by hand-selected, black-and-white artistic illustrations to convey the ideas of the authors. From Aristotle to Shakespeare to Tolstoy, this collection contains the most influential thinkers across various centuries. The canon aims to provide a literary foundation to understand the past, the present, and the future of humanity. For more information on the collection, please go to www.GoldenEaglePublishers.com.