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February - March, 2010 in Shakespeare

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Many of you have been waiting for this--starting in February, we will spend 2 months on HAMLET!


HAMLET is arguably the most written about of all of William Shakespeare's plays, and it has been said that the title character may be one of the most written about characters in all of literature.  What makes this play and the Prince of Denmark so fascinating?  Join us in February!




Hamlet (Barnes & Noble Shakespeare Series) 
























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