Re: Hamlet's Clashing Ideals
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.1944 Saturday, 4 August 2001
From: Paul E. Doniger <
Date: Thursday, 2 Aug 2001 15:43:41 -0400
Subject: Re: Hamlet's Clashing Ideals
Comment: SHK 12.1929 Re: Hamlet's Clashing Ideals
Steve Roth asks:
>>2. I think Claudius views the dumbshow with outward calm, as others have
>>suggested (here I agree with Grey and not Dover Wilson),
> I don't know Grey's commentary. Can you give a lead?
I have to apologize for a typo; it's not 'Grey', but 'Greg' -- W.W.
Greg, that is, who disagreed with Dover Wilson's imaginative idea that
Claudius and Gertrude were too distracted to notice the dumb show. I'm
looking for the reference, which I remember I had somewhere, but I
haven't found it, yet. I shall pass it on as soon as I locate it.
Paul E. Doniger
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