Jun 022016

Hamlet PDF by William Shakespeare freeDownload today the greatest piece of English literature, Hamlet PDF by William Shakespeare. This all time classic play is considered as the most potent tragedies ever written. It was first published in 1602. Its original title is The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark.

Hamlet PDF book review

This is an awesome, tragic story of young Hamlet the prince of Denmark. His father, who was the king had been murdered. The murderer was the king’s own brother named Claudius. After killing he not only became the new king, but he also married to the widow of his brother. One night king Hamlet’s ghost comes to his son and tells him the truth. He also demands to take the revenge. When prince Hamlet knows this shocking fact, he becomes nearly mad.

This very long play is one of Shakespeare’s most known and widely discussed works. Despite the fact that it is extremely old, it still attracts the readers of the modern age. There are several elements in this play that makes it a long-lasting piece of art. The ghost’s appearance, Hamlet’s tragedy, his mother’s disloyalty, the actions he takes after his self-analysis, the painful events described, death of Ophelia and awe-inspiring swordplay with Shakespeare’s much provocative dialogues have made it an everlasting artistry masterpiece.

This highly influential literary work has inspired numerous adaptations. It is one of the most acted plays in the world. From start to finish it is full of wonderful quotes that are commonly used by the people in daily life. The most known line is “To be or not to be”. It has been quoted and referenced in countless literary works as well as in theater.

Download link of Hamlet PDF by William Shakespeare

This is a public domain book. We have shared below the links of this everlasting classic in PDF, kindle and Epub formats. All three files have been zipped into a single file. After download, unzip it and choose your required format.

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