A Hamlet timeline - chronicle of events

Claudius - planning my foul murder

King Hamlet's funeral - where was Hamlet?

Gertrude & Claudius - adultery or not?

Horatio - Hamlet's friend?

Horatio - is he passion's slave?

Polonius - the evil that men do

Ophelia's love? - did she love Hamlet?

Ophelia closetted - Polonius on love

      O help xxx ....... - Olivier's version

Ophelia's change - is Hamlet suspicious?

Is Hamlet mad? - Polonius's opinion

Hamlet kills Polonius - stabs the "Voice"

Ophelia's death - a recipe

Hamlet's age - digging up the past

Yorick - something rotting in Denmark

Hamlet — Prince of Denmark

"Hamlet", the play, has probably been analysed more than any other work of literature. Despite this continual process there is a limited amount of original thinking. There are still unsolved problems. For example, why does Claudius supposedly reveal his guilt when he sees the murder at the end of "The Mousetrap" and not when he sees it a few minutes earlier during the dumb-show? No satisfactory answer exists! Perhaps it didn't happen quite like that. Could it be that despite the knowledge and expertise of the analysts they have got the story wrong simply because they have missed some important points? Let's have a look at some of those 'points'.
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