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HAMLET by William Shakespeare – FULL AudioBook | Greatest Audio Books – “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark”
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“The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark” is a tragic play by William Shakespeare. Set in the Kingdom of Denmark, the play dramatizes the revenge Prince Hamlet exacts on his uncle Claudius for murdering King Hamlet, Claudius’s brother and Prince Hamlet’s father, and then succeeding to the throne and taking as his wife Gertrude, the old king’s widow and Prince Hamlet’s mother. The play vividly portrays both true and feigned madness — from overwhelming grief to seething rage — and explores themes of treachery, revenge, incest, and moral corruption. (Summary by Wikipedia. org)

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Cast:
Bernardo: Ernst Pattynama
Francisco, Cornelius, Gentleman, Danes, Osric: Martin Geeson
Horatio: Robert Hoffman
Marcellus: Kristingj
Claudius, Second Clown: Elizabeth Klett
Voltimand: David Lawrence
Laertes: Nathanial W.C. Higgins
Polonius, Fortinbras, Servant, Danes: Algy Pug
Hamlet: Arielle Lipshaw
Gertrude: Amy Gramour
Ophelia: Miss Avarice
Ghost, First Player, Player King: Bob Gonzalez
Reynaldo: April Gonzales
Rosencrantz: Grace
Guildenstern: Chuck Williamson
Player Queen: CaprishaPage
Prologue, Lucianus: Emily Feuka
Captain, Danes, First Priest: Wupperhippo
First Sailor, Danes: Ric F
Messenger: Anna Simon
First Clown, First Ambassador: Alan Mapstone
Lord: Aidan Brack
Narrator: Cynthia Moyer

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Chapter listing and length:

1 – Act 1 — 00:49:32

2 – Act 2 — 00:41:53

3 – Act 3 — 00:51:38

4 – Act 4 — 00:38:31

5 – Act 5 — 00:40:06

Total running time: 3:41:40
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Book Coordinator: Arielle Lipshaw
Dedicated Proof-Listener: Charlotte Duckett
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Yashesh Rathod says:

Checkout this story https://youtu.be/6Gjar1DHz10
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ihssane stark says:

Thanks you so much,you did a good job.the play IS wonderful.

Sergio Moncrief says:

I guess I'm just gonna be a writer since nobody wants to hire me 😂. My mind is made

John John says:

Why is it american wtf

Mohmmed Al-luhibi says:

Hi guys
Who can tell me where the motifs are?

Frankie's Bride says:

25:25 Act 1: scene 3

JustinHMusic says:

16:27 “His father was a mudder, his mother was a mudder”

Alon Lavy says:

When is "To be or not to be?"

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