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P J Aldus
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University of Toronto Press; 1st edition (December 1, 1977)
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Book Description: This is a study ofHamletas literary myth, a figurative mode of art in which structure is basic; yet primal .

Book Description: This is a study ofHamletas literary myth, a figurative mode of art in which structure is basic; yet primal myth, myth in the larger, non-literary sense, becomes part of it too, because the substance ofHamletseems to be of this kind. eISBN: 978-1-4426-5624-6. the climax and crisis. Owing to its crucial character and its central position, is the point at which all the threads of the plot may be expected to meet’ (138; 140).

Request an exam copy. Mousetrap: Structure and Meaning in Hamlet. Professor Aldus hopes to enlarge our understanding of Hamlet and our appreciation of Shakespeare as a conscious artist of great subtlety by studying the play’s dramatic structure in the light of Aristotle’s Poetics and its meaning as literary myth in the light of Plato’s Phaedrus. This is a study of Hamlet as literary myth, a figurative mode of art in which structure is basic; yet primal myth, myth in the larger, non-literary sense, becomes part of it too, because the substance of Hamlet seems to be of this kind.

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Items related to Mousetrap: Structure and Meaning in Hamlet. Professor Aldus's reading of Hamlet is both radically new and decidedly provocative

Items related to Mousetrap: Structure and Meaning in Hamlet. P J Aldus Mousetrap: Structure and Meaning in Hamlet. ISBN 13: 9780802053299. Professor Aldus's reading of Hamlet is both radically new and decidedly provocative. A great deal of very careful inquiry has gone into the unearthing of connections which at first sight often seem improbable and tenuous, but which, one comes to find, have an illuminating total unity.

structure and meaning in Hamlet. Published 1977 by University of Toronto Press in Toronto, Buffalo.

Mousetrap : structure and meaning in Hamlet /, P. J. Aldus. Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, c1977. xii, 235 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. (All, All UC, UCB, UCD, UCI, UCLA, UCR, UCSB, UCSC, UCSD). 1-10 of 7439 items displayed

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The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, often shortened to Hamlet (/ˈhæmlɪt/), is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare sometime between 1599 and 1602

The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, often shortened to Hamlet (/ˈhæmlɪt/), is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare sometime between 1599 and 1602.

Works Sited Aldus, . Madness," in Mousetrap: Structure and Meaning in Hamlet, 1977, pp. 209-19. Reprinted in Shakespearean Criticism, Vol. 35. Elliot, . Hamlet and His Problems Bartleby. Rev. Gorle, Howard R, BA. An Introduction to Death and Dying Death and Dying- and Introductory ‘E-book’ for Students.

There is scarcely an element of Hamlet that has not received attention many times, yet both general reader and sophisticated critic would generally agree that the character of Hamlet and the full meanings of the play remain mysteries. No less a puzzle is the art of Hamlet, for, while the form of the art is elusive, the feeling of essential meaning is strong.

Professor Aldus hopes to enlarge our understanding of Hamlet and our appreciation of Shakespeare as a conscious artist of great subtlety by studying the play's dramatic structure in the light of Aristotle's Poetics and its meaning as literary myth in the light of Plato's Phaedrus. This is a study of Hamlet as literary myth, a figurative mode of art in which structure is basic; yet primal myth, myth in the larger, non-literary sense, becomes part of it too, because the substance of Hamlet seems to be of this kind.

Professor Aldus's reading of Hamlet is both radically new and decidedly provocative. A great deal of very careful inquiry has gone into the unearthing of connections which at first sight often seem improbable and tenuous, but which, one comes to find, have an illuminating total unity. Future commentators may not accept all that Professor Aldus has to say about, for example, Ophelia's crown of flowers, but they will hardly be able to ignore it.