Hamlet, starring Ethan Hawke.
Hamlet, starring Kenneth Branagh.
Hamlet, starring Mel Gibson.
Green Eggs and Hamlet, told Dr. Seuss-style.
John Everett Millais’s painting, Ophelia (1851–1852), part of the Tate museum collection.
This website has links to a bunch of paintings depicting scenes from Hamlet.
This is an essay written by the famous T.S. Eliot, which was featured in his book The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism."
This essay is a character analysis of Hamlet written by well-known Shakespeare scholar William Hazlitt.
This article in Slate discusses Hamlet as a play about grieving and not revenge. Turns out that people going through tough periods of grief gravitate towards Hamlet.
The 9th century Danish story of “Amleth,” a major source for Shakespeare’s play.
Contemporary Canadian writer Margaret Atwood’s “Gertrude Talks Back” (from Good Bones, 1992) is a between-the-lines comedic monologue that re-imagines what the enigmatic Gertrude should have said to her son, Hamlet during the infamous closet scene (Act 3, scene 4).
The BBC's Shakespeare portal, with lots of multimedia and the latest updates on Shakespeare.
This website provides the entire play in modern English.