Hamlet's Northern origins: Snæbjörn, Snorri's Edda, Saxo's Gesta Danorum; Amlóði / Amlethus; Shakespeare's Hamlet and its sources; Saxo's Amlethus and Apostolo Zeno's Ambleto; Shakespeare's Hamlet and its transmodalization; Goethe: Hamlet and Wilhelm Meister; Hamletic parodies: Jules Laforgue, James Joyce, Giovanni Testori and Tom Stoppard; Hamlet in the 20th century's criticism: Oedipus, Sigmund Freud and Harold Bloom; Erich Auerbach, Mimesis; Giorgio de Santillana, Hamlet's Mill; Eugenio Barba and the Theatrum Mundi: Ur-Hamlet's Revival.

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CIPOLLA, Maria Adele
2009-01-01

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Hamlet's Northern origins: Snæbjörn, Snorri's Edda, Saxo's Gesta Danorum; Amlóði / Amlethus; Shakespeare's Hamlet and its sources; Saxo's Amlethus and Apostolo Zeno's Ambleto; Shakespeare's Hamlet and its transmodalization; Goethe: Hamlet and Wilhelm Meister; Hamletic parodies: Jules Laforgue, James Joyce, Giovanni Testori and Tom Stoppard; Hamlet in the 20th century's criticism: Oedipus, Sigmund Freud and Harold Bloom; Erich Auerbach, Mimesis; Giorgio de Santillana, Hamlet's Mill; Eugenio Barba and the Theatrum Mundi: Ur-Hamlet's Revival.
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Hamlet; Comparatistics; Transmodalization; Medieval and Early Modern Sources; Hamlet's Fortune in Criticism; Literature; Drama; Film
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