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The Elsinore Appeal: People V. Hamlet (1996)

by William Shakespeare

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A decent "trial" of Hamlet, who was complicit in the deaths of Claudius, Gertrude, Ophelia, Laertes, and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. The judges (two "real" ones and a Shakespearean scholar) ask mostly pertinent questions, but with the text being silent on so many points, the answers are mere speculation. There's not much of a final ruling which is slightly disappointing. Included with the transcript of the oral argument are the briefs and a full copy of the text of Hamlet. ( )
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Provides the full court transcript of the evening, in 1994, when a panel of three judges and The Association of the Bar of the City of New York heard an appeal in regard to Hamlet, the late Prince of Denmark and famous Shakespearean character.

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