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  • Verlag: Research & Education Association
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 087891952X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0878919529
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21 x 13,4 x 0,7 cm
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 13. Januar 2000
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Shakespeare nur zu lesen, bringt's weniger, HÖREN muss man ihn - wenn gerade nichts im Theater kommt - und zwar im Original, auf Englisch. Nur leider ist's kein "richtiges" Englisch. Die Stimmen klingen sehr nach NordamerikanerInnen (das Werk ist schließlich produziert von der Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), die versuchen, britisches Englisch zu sprechen. Man merkt's aber. Und für mich gehört zu Shakespeare einfach britisches Englisch. Ophelias Stimme habe ich mir auch besser vorgestellt, Hamlet ist okay. Und es wird viel getan, um die Atmosphäre gut 'rüberzubringen, mit Hintergrundgräuschen etc. So stellt sich also nur noch eine Frage, whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing end them. (Dies ist eine Amazon.de an der Uni-Studentenrezension.)
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My only complaint about this play is that Shakespeare should have had some dialogues where the characters discussed crucial history before the play opens. Gloucester (murdered or dead before the play but mentioned several times) had tried to usurp Richard's crown too many times. History itself is not sure if Gloucester died or was murdered. Bolingbroke for a while conspired with Gloucester and now sees another oppurtunity to usurp the crown.The virtuous John of Gaunt served Richard with honor and integrity and eventually moved parliament into arresting Gloucester for treason. This would of made John of Gaunt's rages all the more valid. Otherwise this play is outstanding! Richard shows himself to be capable of ruling at times, but gains our contempt when he seizes his the honorable John of Gaunt's wealth. John of Gaunt's final rage in 2.1 is a passage of immense rageful beauty. Also, Shakespeare moves us into strongly suspecting that Richard had Gloucester murdered. However, despite Richard's crime, Shakespeare masterfully reverses our feelings and moves us into having deep pity for Richard when he is deposed. The Bishop of Carlisle (Richard's true friend) provides some powerful passages of his own. I can not overestimate the grace in which Shakespeare increases our new won pity for Richard when Bolingbroke (Gaunt's rightful heir) regains his wealth and the death of Gloucester is left ambiguous. 5.1, when Richard sadly leaves his queen and can see that Henry IV and his followers will eventually divide is a scene of sorrowful beauty. 5.4 is chilling when Exton plots Richard's murder. 5.5 is chilling and captivating when Richard dies but manages to take two of the thugs down with him.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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Von "gonzonaut" am 23. Februar 2000
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Hamlet is a very good play. It was the first Shakespeare play I ever read and I liked it. If you haven't read the play, don't read any thing in these: {la la la la la}. Hamlet is very good for quite a few reasons and here they are.
The characters, especially Hamlet are very witty. There are several jokes that you don't have to konw anything about Shakespeare's time to enjoy. My personall favorite is the one about Lady Fortune.
The characters are very realistic. My favorite is Horatio and Hamlet. They are both smart and witty. During that play, Hamlet goes under a tranformation. He was once a great man, a scholar, war hero, a lover. When the play begins, he has sunk into a deppression {because of his father's death and mother's marraige.}But by the end of the play, he is the man he once was, and it's good to see him back.
There is a lot of philosophical talk in this play. More so than in any other Shakespeare plya, in fact. Most of the slioquays are about suicide and death, but they're still good.
The way the plaot develops is very good. Most stories take time to build up the story, Hamlet throws you right into mystery and intrigue in the first page or so. In most stories, the book leasds up to the problems, the tension starts to rise to the climax, the climax happens, and then it ends. like a hill.
Hamlet works like a mountain that ends at the peak. Know what I mean? The whole play builds up to an amazing climax and then ends. The further the play goes, the better it gets. It's like a wheel. It just keeps going out of control and then blows into a million pieces.
WARNING: Most of the words in the book are managable. However, as the play carries on, there are harder words. Also, get an annoted version with the notes ant the bottom of the page.
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In the past, I have never been too crazy about Shakespeare. The big words confused me, the plot lines bored me, just generally bad stuff, so needless to say I wasn't looking forward to reading Hamlet this year in my 12th grade English IV class. However (and dont ask me how) THIS year, things were different. Suddenly, I knew what all the words were, and I understood the plotline, and I must say, I now LOVE this play! But I am VERY annoyed at some of things I've heard that belittle Shakespeare and his works, so allow me to elaborate.
Yes, we all realize that it is difficult to read, but if you dont like it, dont read it! Dont sign online and spend the money you worked so hard at the gas station to earn, just so you can show your complete lack of intellect during the 3-minute break between "World's Deadliest Swarms" and "Real Stories of the Highway Patrol." You come off as a childish, whitebread yokel who probably tries to break anything you dont understand. However, realize that this review doesn't apply to everyone. I understand there are those out there who HAVE an education, who UNDERSTAND Hamlet, and for their own reasons, they dont like it. Though my thoughts surely differ, at least their opinions are valid, and they know who they are (such as the person who read Hamlet several times, and has seen countless productions of it.).
This review only applies to the uneducated, trailer-trash, intellectually devoid souls out there who connected to this here newfangled internet thingy just to flap their gums and prove how ignorant they are about the ways of the world. If you are one of these people, you'd best turn around, cuz the new Fox lineup is just starting! Yee-haw!
Now in summation, let me state again that I firmly believe that William Shakespeare is one of the greatest playwrites in history, and Hamlet, in my opinion, is his greatest work.
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