Seeing and Interpreting the Ghosts in Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy



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 For further discussion of whether the Ghost is or is not of purgatorial nature see: Stephen Greenblatt’s Hamlet in Purgatory.


5 For a more detailed insight of Yorick’s importance in the play see: Elizabeth Maslen’s “Yorick’s Place in ‘Hamlet’.”




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