This Norton Critical Edition includes:
* The Second Quarto text, edited by Robert S. Miola and accompanied by his footnotes, headnotes, and introductory materials.
* Eighteen illustrations from 1604 to 2008, three of them new to the Second Edition.
* The Actors' Gallery, presenting actors-from Sarah Bernhardt and Ellen Terry to Kenneth Branagh and David Tennant, two of them new to the Second Edition-reflecting on their roles in major productions of Hamlet.
* Seventeen critical interpretations, representing a wide range of historical and scholarly commentary.
* Afterlives, featuring fifteen reflections on Hamlet-from David Garrick and Mark Twain to Margaret Atwood and Jawad al-Assadi.
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