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The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, abbreviated a lot to Hamlet, is a tragic (tragic) play written by William Shakespeare between 1599 and 1602. Its events are in Denmark, revolving around the story of Prince Hamlet's revenge on his uncle Claudius. Claudius had killed his brother and seized the throne, as well as married his brother's widow. Hamlet is Shakespeare's longest play, and is considered among the most powerful and influential literary works in the world. [3] It was one of Shakespeare's most famous works during his life, and still ranks first among his works, as he has published the performance list of the Royal Shakespeare Company since 1879. [4] She has inspired many authors, such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Charles Dickens and James Joyce. [3] The story of the play is drawn from the myth of "Ameth" preserved by the 13th-century historian, Saxo Gramaticus, in his book "Gesta Danuram", as told by the 16th-century scholar Francois de Belfort. Shakespeare may have also benefited from a previous Elizabethan play in the name of Orhmet, although some scholars believe that he himself was the one of Orhmet's books, and then revised it later to create the Hamlet version that we now have. Three different early versions of the play exist today: with dates (1603, 1604, and 1623). Each release includes complete missing scenes. The structure of the play and the depth of the description inspired a lot of criticism. One example is the centuries-old debate about Hamlet's reluctance to kill his uncle, which some consider merely a conspiracy tool to lengthen the plot, but others have discussed the complex and philosophical issues surrounding murder, revenge, and psychoanalysis have concerned Hamlet's unconscious desires

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