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Hamlet

Hamlet

  

by William Shakespeare

Hamlet Learning Guide: Table of Contents

Gender
Gender Quotes
Family
Family Quotes
Best of the Web
Module Quizzes
Module Flashcards
Quotes (What was Said)
Quotes (What was Said) Flashcards
Quotes (What was Said) True or False
Themes (For the Most Part)
Themes (For the Most Part) Flashcards
Themes (For the Most Part) True or False
Symbols
Symbols Flashcards
Symbols True or False
Piglet, Pooh, and Tigger, Too
Piglet, Pooh, and Tigger, Too Flashcards
Piglet, Pooh, and Tigger, Too True or False
Usurpers Slurp
Usurpers Slurp Flashcards
Usurpers Slurp True or False
To Be or Not to Be
To Be or Not to Be Flashcards
To Be or Not to Be True or False
Insane in the Membrane
Insane in the Membrane Flashcards
Insane in the Membrane True or False
Alas Crazy Hamlet, He was Quite Unwell
Alas Crazy Hamlet, He was Quite Unwell Flashcards
Alas Crazy Hamlet, He was Quite Unwell True or False
To Be or Not to Be? (That Is Not Any of These Questions)
To Be or Not to Be? (That Is Not Any of These Questions) Flashcards
To Be or Not to Be? (That Is Not Any of These Questions) True or False
Brevity is the Soul of Wit
Brevity is the Soul of Wit Flashcards
Brevity is the Soul of Wit True or False
To Study, Perchance to Pass
To Study, Perchance to Pass Flashcards
To Study, Perchance to Pass True or False
To Thine Own Self be True
To Thine Own Self be True Flashcards
To Thine Own Self be True True or False
Movie
Charts
Plot Summary
Symbolism
Summary Part 1
Summary Part 2
Summary Part 3
Summary Part 4
Summary Part 5
Summary Part 6
Summary Part 7
Essay
Photos
_SLIDESHOW_
Teaching Hamlet
Current Events & Pop Culture
Challenges & Opportunities
Assignments & Activities
Characterization
Character Journal Entry
Facebook Plot Summary
Archetypes
Symbolism, Allusion, and Irony
Literary Devices
Adaptation
Why Should I Care?
Chew On This
Inspired by “Hamlet Goes to the Supreme Court”
John Everett Millais’ painting "Ophelia" (1851–1852)
The 9th century Danish story of “Amleth,” a major source for Shakespeare’s play
Margaret Atwood’s “Gertrude Talks Back”
Book vs. Movie
Darkness, Sadness Everywhere
Oh the Tragedy!
A Play by Any Other Name
Discussion & Essay Questions
Reading Quizzes
Related History & Literature on Shmoop
Terms

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