Hamlet
Call #: 822.3 HAM edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Major literary characters
Published 1990

Four great tragedies : Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth
Call #: 822.3 SHA Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Published 1998

The tragedies of William Shakespeare.
Call #: 822.3 SHA Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Series: The modern library of the world’s best books
Published 1994

The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark[ Follett eBook ] Call #: 822.3 SHA Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Published 2005

The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Call #: 822.3 SHA Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Series: The New Folger Library Shakespeare
Published 1992

The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark : with new and updated critical essays and a revised bibliography
Call #: 822.3 SHA Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Series: Signet Classic Shakespeare
Published 1998

William Shakespeare’s Hamlet
Call #: 822.3 WIL edited with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Modern critical interpretations
Published 1986

Hamlet[ Sound ] Call #: AUD 822.3 SHA Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Published 2006

From Hinton to Hamlet : building bridges between young adult literature and the classics[ Book ] Call #: P 809 HER Herz, Sarah K.
Published 1996
Interest Level: Professional
In

Shakespeare for students : critical interpretations of As you like it, Hamlet, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, The merchant of Venice, A midsummer night’s dre
Call #: R 822.3 SHA Mark W. Scott, editor ; Joseph C. Tardiff, associate editor, advisors, Kathy Lee Martin, Gladys V. Veidemanis.
Published 1992

Shakespeare for students critical interpretations of Shakespeare’s plays and poetry[ eBook ] Anne Marie Hacht, editor ; foreword by Cynthia Burnstein.
Series: Gale virtual reference library
Published 2007

Act I

  1. avouch- v. to cite as authority
  2. martial- adj. related to or suited for war
  3. portentous- adj. eliciting amazement or wonder; shadowy or ominous
  4. harbingers- n. foreshadows what is to come
  5. dirge- n. a song of grief/ mournful piece of music
  6. impious- adj. lacking in reverence or proper respect
  7. jocund- adj. marked by or suggestive of high spirits/mirth
  8. circumscribed- v/adj. to surround by a boundary
  9. dalliance- n. frivolous action or act of delay/ flirtation
  10. precepts- v. to take beforehand/instruct

Act II

  1. perusal- n. act of examining or considering with attention and in great detail
  2. discretion- n. ability to make responsible decisions
  3. firmament- n. the heavens/ the arch of the sky
  4. paragon- n. A model of excellence or perfection
  5. gratis- adj. free/ without charge/ nothing
  6. savory- adj/n. tasty, flavorful dish
  7. chronicles- n. historical account of events
  8. cleave- v. to split or separate
  9. malefactions- n. evil deeds or crimes
  10. arras- n. tapestry of Flemish origin used for wall hangings and curtains.

Act III

  1. visage- n. the appearance of a person
  2. consummation- n. the completion or ultimate end
  3. orisons- n. prayers
  4. paradox- n. a statement that is seemingly contradictory but true
  5. calumny- n. false accustion/ false charges
  6. temperance- n. moderate in action
  7. buffets- n. blows of force or striking with the hand
  8. purging- v. to clear of guilt; to free or cleanse
  9. bulwark- n. a strong support or structure for defense
  10. mandate- n. an authoritative command or order

Act IV

  1. importunate- adj. persistent; urgent
  2. conjectures- n. a conclusion deduced by guesswork
  3. inter- v. to deposit a dead body in the earth; bury
  4. pestilent- adj. deadly; destructive; disease-causing
  5. superfluous- adj. exceeding what is sufficient or necessary
  6. impetuous- adj. marked by reckless or impulsive action
  7. incensed- v. aroused extreme anger
  8. mortal- adj. subject to death
  9. obscure-v. to hide or conceal
  10. requite- v. to repay; to make return for

Act V

  1. cudgel- v. to beat or strike as with a heavy stick
  2. pate- n. the human head, especially the top of the head
  3. abhorred- v/adj. to regard with horror or loathing; despise
  4. prate- v. babble on and on
  5. amities- n. peaceful relations between nations
  6. diligence – n. steady effort
  7. dearth – n. a scarce supply
  8. germane- adj. relevant and pertinent
  9. potent- adj. of great strength
  10. felicity- n. great happiness; bliss

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