Hawk & Handsaw: Hamlet is but mad north-northwest (2008)

Explains Shakespeare's riddling passage that casts Prince Hamlet's "madness" and Claudius's psychopathy sanity as a contrast between the Copernican / Diggesian and Ptolemaic Worldviews.

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Work Title Hawk & Handsaw: Hamlet is but mad north-northwest (2008)
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Creators
  1. Peter D. Usher
Keyword
  1. hawk
  2. Hamlet
  3. Hven
  4. Tycho Brahe
  5. handsaw
  6. Wittenberg
  7. Shakespeare
License Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
Work Type Research Paper
Deposited August 04, 2019

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