Brljak, Vladimir (2017) 'Notes on the religious element in Hamlet.', Notes and queries., 64 (2). pp. 274-278.
ALTHOUGH Shakespeare’s Hamlet is now widely acknowledged to be pervaded by references and allusions to matters of religious doctrine and controversy, discussion on their overall import continues. The following notes seek to identify or clarify several such references and allusions. They generally do not replicate information readily available in the established literature, but do draw attention to some neglected or controversial previous commentary.
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|Date of first online publication:||21 November 2017|
|Date first made open access:||15 May 2020|
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