I taught him technically, two whole weeks for the first scene from hamlet.
Olympia Snowe is starring as hamlet these days, captivating and frustrating audiences in Washington and across the country.
Hitchcock decided to abandon his adaptation of hamlet to avoid any legal kerfuffle.
In Brentwood, a hamlet in Suffolk County, Hughes said you can see “hundreds and hundreds” of young men affiliated with the gang.
As President Barack Obama plays an agonized hamlet over Afghanistan, the ice is cracking beneath his feet on Capitol Hill.
He used to know it from cover to cover—Othello, hamlet, Lear—the whole string.
This hamlet, far away in the north, was a cold and cheerless assemblage of savage homes.
According to this view, hamlet's love for Ophelia never changed.
It seemed best to begin with the presentation of the first act in hamlet.
Not a village, not a hamlet, lost in the recesses of valleys or mountains, that is without its school.
A tragedy by William Shakespeare. The king of Denmark has been murdered by his brother, Claudius, who then becomes king and marries the dead king's widow. The ghost of the dead king visits his son, Prince Hamlet, and urges him to avenge the murder. In the course of the play, Hamlet, a scholar, slowly convinces himself that he must murder Claudius. The play ends with a duel between Hamlet and the courtier Laertes, and the death by poison of all the principal characters.
Note: The character Hamlet has come to symbolize a person whose thoughtful nature is an obstacle to quick and decisive action.
Note: Hamlet, Shakespeare's longest play, contains several soliloquies — speeches in which Hamlet, alone, speaks his thoughts. Many lines from the play are very familiar, such as “Alas, poor Yorick!”; “Frailty, thy name is woman!”; “Get thee to a nunnery”; “The lady doth protest too much”; “There are more things in heaven and Earth, Horatio”; “Neither a borrower nor a lender be”; “There's a special providence in the fall of a sparrow”; “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark”; and “To be, or not to be: that is the question.”