Hamlet's absent father /
Avi Erlich finds that Hamlet deals not with repressed patricidal impulses but with a complex search, partially unconscious, for a strong father. Much more than he wants to have killed his father, Hamlet wants his father back and seeks a strong man with whom to identify. The playwright presents one a...
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Electronic book from EBSCO
|Published:||Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 1977.|
|Series:||Princeton legacy library.