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Hamlet

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Author: William Shakespeare

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Hamlet is a tragedy by William Shakespeare and is one of his best-known and most quoted plays. It was written at an uncertain date between 1600 and the summer of 1602. Hamlet is one of the world's most famous literary works, and has been translated into every major living language.

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