Student’s Name Instructor Course Name Date The Factors That Lead to the Differences Between Original Plays and Contemporary Films: A Comparative Analysis of Hamlet Original Play and Current Film. Table of Contents Introduction 2 Research2 Analysis 6 Discussion8 Evaluation9 Conclusion11 Work cited13 Introduction The play Hamlet is a tragedy that was written by Shakespeare. The setting of the play is Denmark and it is believed to have been written around 1600. The play is about revenge of Prince Hamlet upon his uncle Claudius through the ghost of his father Hamlet. Claudius took the throne by killing his brother King Hamlet. Moreover Prince Hamlet had lost not only his father to Claudius but also his mother. The play is considered to be the disruptions of drama and also powerful in the world of literature. It has been adopted by other writers who have retold it in various ways. The quality the theater. Works Cited Berry Ralph. Changing Styles in Shakespeare. Routledge 2013. Bradley Andrew Cecil. Shakespearean Tragedy; Lectures on Hamlet Othello. Macmillan and Company limited 1922. Cohn Ruby. Modern Shakespeare Offshoots. Princeton University Press 2015. Eliot Thomas Stearns. "Hamlet and his problems." The sacred wood: Essays on poetry and criticism (1920): 95-103. Fischlin Daniel. Adaptations of Shakespeare: an Anthology of Plays from the 17th Century to the Present. Routledge 2014. Fergusson Francis. The idea of a theater: a study of ten plays the art of drama in changing perspective. Princeton University Press 2015. Greenblatt Stephen and Walter Cohen eds. The Norton Shakespeare: Third International Student Edition. WW Norton & Company 2015. Gurr Andrew and Farah Karim-Cooper eds. Moving Shakespeare indoors: performance and repertoire in the Jacobean playhouse. Cambridge University Press 2014. Marsden Jean I. The Re-Imagined Text: Shakespeare Adaptation and Eighteenth-Century Literary Theory. University press of Kentucky 2015. Shakespeare William. The tragedy of Hamlet the. Boston: Ginn & Company 1909. [...]
watch play attached and compare it to original text of hamlet and compare how it has changed due to the modern era. Essay should not exceed 4000 words and should have an introduction paragraph expressing why I want to research this topic. This can be left out for me to do myself. Sources for research should be cited MLA style and sources are not limited to the play and text.