Publish date: April 29th 2011
Publisher: Subterranean Press
Pages no: 96
Edition language: English
i'm just going to repeat Katie's great comments:"Awesome. Because just what Hamlet needs is rampant homophobia and dumbing down of the moral questions. There is nothing entertaining about this version, there is nothing to keep reading because he's taken away all moral ambiguity, all questions of lif...
For the Celebrity Death Match Review Tournament The Muppets Hamlet, Prince of Denmark Meets Winnie-the-Pooh (conclusion)The story so far:Hamlet (Kermit) is strangely unconcerned about multiple murders and Ophelia's suicide. What really bothers him is that he's thrown out his old Pooh Bear toy (Fozzy...
I'm astounded that this got published in the first place. Here's a straightforward review of some of the novella's problems. I can't say I ever read Hamlet and thought, y'know what this needs? Less emotional, moral and linguistic complexity, more barely serviceable prose and homophobia. I mean, ...