Mystery, intrique, and corruption at its finest

By Ande Jacobson

To many, William Shakespeare’s plays exemplify perfection in theatrical writing.  Others find them incomprehensible, though if those in the latter group could shed their preconceptions, they might in fact recognize aspects of Shakespeare’s oeuvre reflected in their own experience.  Take “Hamlet” for instance, surely one of the most famous in the Shakespeare cannon. Continue reading

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