More on Hamlet's relation to representations of revenge; their relevance; the difficulty of distinguishing between crime and punishment; the failure of moral luck to provide a distinction; <i>Hamlet</i> compared to <>Vertigo</i>; Horatio's dispassionate judgment; how Hamlet defeats Claudius as a matter of drama and theatrical dynamic and not the establishment of facts antecedent to the start of the play.

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