Hamlet - William Shakespeare


By William Shakespeare

  • Release Date: 2011-06-23
  • Genre: Theater
4 Score: 4 (From 264 Ratings)
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  • Description

    The ghost of the recently deceased king of Denmark appears on the walls of Elsinore Castle, crying out for vengeance against his brother and murderer, the recently crowned king Claudius. But Prince Hamlet cannot be certain of his own reality. Did he really see a ghost? Is the vengeance his father demands just? Can he murder his own uncle to appease his father? The more Hamlet broods and schemes, a shadow over Elsinore is growing ever darker, until a case of mistaken identity leaves an innocent bystander murdered. Then the entire court descends into a spiral of madness, chaos, bloodshed, and suffering. Shakespeare's most famous tragedy is a bone-chilling examination of justice, revenge, and inaction.


    • Overlapping Words Solution

      By Smegmanaurus Rex
      Turn the device. The Words do not overlap in landscape mode.
    • Hamlet

      By Fatiedog1
      A very classic tale that anyone could read and enjoy. Very satisfying ending.
    • Great work!

      By hamhams110
      Loved reading this in English class, great book!
    • Overlapping

      By Benji_Pan
      The words overlap, make it largely unreadable. No point in downloading.
    • Why only 3 stars...

      By Pudgeums
      The test is all original and the pages are easy to follow, however there is not a side by side translation or word definitions and there is no line numbers. For that, 3 stars is reasonable, almost four stars since it is free.
    • Double type

      By Lewi 74
      Also 1/2 the letters are bold. Both mostly on the speaker. Makes hard to read. Deleted and got another instead.
    • Hamlet

      By Hfiysestfuhb
      It's great
    • Line Numbers Please

      By Mr. Eickstead
      Line numbers are a necessity when teaching a play in class. Please look into adding line numbers for plays, teachers everywhere will be ever so thankful
    • Overlapping words

      By -J-a-x-
      Some of the words in this eBook are overlapping other words which makes it very annoying to read.