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November 13, 2014

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Roger

If you're teaching Hamlet-variants, Henry Treece's The Green Man is an interesting version which reverts to Saxo Grammaticus and brings in Beowulf too

Scott Bailey

James Branch Cabell wrote a very funny version that leans quite heavily on Saxo, called Hamlet Had an Uncle.

I'm awfully pleased that Prof. Burstein taught my novel. I hope the students were amused.

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