Hamlet Studies 

April 1979, Vol. 1.1


Kernan, Alvin B. “Politics and Theatre in “Hamlet.”” Hamlet Studies 1.1. (1979): 1-12. 


Smith, Gordon Ross. “Hamlet: The Transitional Play Between Shakespeare’s Two 

Major Dramatic Methods.” Hamlet Studies. 1.1. (1979): 13-22. 


Fleissner, Robert F. “Subjectivity as an Occupational Hazard of “Hamlet Ghost” Critics.”

Hamlet Studies 1.1. (1979): 23-34. 


SJoGren, Gunnar. “Producing the First Quarto of Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 1.1. (1979): 

35-44. 


Desai, R.W. ““There Struts Hamlet”: Yeats and the Hamlet Mask.” Hamlet Studies 1.1.

(1979): 45-50. 



Hamlet Studies

October 1979, Vol. 1.2


Boose, Lynda E. “The Fashionable Poloniuses.” Hamlet Studies 2.1. (1979): 67-78. 


Crusius, Timothy W. “Hamlet and Audience Response.” Hamlet Studies 2.1 (1979): 79-

100. 


Rossky, William. “Hamlet as Jeremiah.” Hamlet Studies 2.1. (1979): 101-108. 


Sahel, Pierre. “The Cease of Majesty in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 2.1. (1979): 109-117. 


Kliman, Bernice W. “Kozintsev’s Hamlet, a Flawed Masterpiece.” Hamlet Studies 2.1 

(1979): 117-128. 



Hamlet Studies

2.1 1980


Parkinson, R.N. “Now Cracks a Noble Heart.” Hamlet Studies 2.1. (1980): 1-12. 


Kaul, Mythili. “Hamlet and Polonius.” Hamlet Studies 2.1. (1980): 13-24. 


Livingston, Howard. “Hamlet, Ernest Jones, and the Critics.” Hamlet Studies 2.1. (1980):

             25-34. 

Tobin, J.J.M. “Nashe and Hamlet, Yet Again. Hamlet Studies 2.1. (1980): 35-46.


Witt, Robert W. “Reason is Not Enough: Hamlet’s Recognition.” Hamlet Studies 2.1.    

(1980): 47-58.



Hamlet Studies

2.2, Winter 1980

 

Forker, Charles R. “Titus Andronicus, Hamlet, and Limits of Expressibility.” Hamlet 

Studies 2.2. (1980): 1-33. 


Paolucci, Anne. “The Expressionist Redemption of the Absurd: Shakespeare’s Hamlet

and Pirandello’s Enrico IV.” Hamlet Studies 2.2. (1980): 34-41. 


Pendleton, Thomas A. “Revenger’s and Rivals: Antonio’s Revenge and Hamlet.” Hamlet

Studies 2.2. (1980): 42-61. 



Hamlet Studies

3.1, Summer 1981


Southall, Raymond. “The Hamlet Syndrome.” Hamlet Studies 3.1. (1981): 3-12. 


Rothwell, Kenneth S. “Hamlet, Duplessis-Mornay, and the “Irenic” Vision.” Hamlet 

Studies 3.1. (1981): 13-31. 


Donawerth, Jane L. “The Language of Voice, Expression and Gesture in Hamlet.”

Hamlet Studies 3.1 (1981): 32-47. 



Hamlet Studies 

3.2, Winter, 1981


Doebler, Bettie Anne. “Hamlet: A Grave Scene and its Audience.” Hamlet Studies. 3.2

(1981): 68-82.


Andrews, Michael Cameron. “Hamlet and the Satisfactions of Revenge.” Hamlet Studies. 

3.2 (1981): 83-102. 


Lee-Riffe, Nancy M. “What Fortinbras and Laertes Tell About Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies.

3.2 (1981): 103-109. 



Hamlet Studies

4.1-4.2, Winter and Summer, 1982


Macintyre, Jean. “Hamlet and the Comic Heroine.” Hamlet Studies. 4.1-4.2 (1982): 6-18. 


Sternlicht, Stanford. “Hamlet—the Actor as Prince.” Hamlet Studies. 4.1-4.2 (1982): 19-

32. 


Ronan, Clifford J. “Homo Multiplex and the “Man” Equivocation in Hamlet.” Hamlet 

Studies. 4.1-4.2 (1982): 33-53. 


Fleming, Keith. “Hamlet and Oedipus Today: Jones and Lacan.” Hamlet Studies. 4.1-4.2

(1982): 54-71. 


Graves, Michael. “Hamlet as a Fool.” Hamlet Studies. 4.1-4.2 (1982): 72-88. 



Hamlet Studies

5.1-5.2, Winter and Summer, 1983


Rabey, David Ian. “Pay, Satire, Self-Definition and Individuation in Hamlet.” Hamlet 

Studies. 5.1-5.2 (1983): 6-26. 


Gomez, Christine. “Hamlet—An Early Existential Outsider?” Hamlet Studies. 5.1-5.2 

(1983): 27-39. 


Hertzbach, Janet S. “Hamlet and the Integrity of Majesty.” Hamlet Studies. 5.1-5.2 

(1983): 40-51. 


Tobin, J.J.M. “More Elements From Nash.” Hamlet Studies. 5.1-5.2 (1983): 52-58. 


McDonald, Russ. “Osric.” Hamlet Studies. 5.1-5.2 (1983): 59-65. 


Desai, R.W. “Hamlet’s Soliloquies and Shakespeare’s Audience.” Hamlet Studies. 5.1-

5.2 (1983): 66-74. 



Hamlet Studies

6.1-6.2, Winter and Summer, 1984


Landis, Joan Hutton. “Shakespeare’s Poland.” Hamlet Studies. 6.1-6.2 (1984): 8-17. 


Petronella, Vincent F. “Hamlet: The International Theme.” Hamlet Studies. 6.1-6.2 

(1984): 18-22. 


Fleissner, R.F. “Princeps Arte Ambulandi: The Pace of Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 6.1-6.2

(1984): 23-29. 


Wilson, Robert R. “Narratives, Narrators, Narratees in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 6.1-6.2 (1984): 30-40. 


Nath, Prem. “Hamlet in the Eighteenth Century, 1701-1750: From John Dennis to Arthur

Murphy.” Hamlet Studies 6.1-6.2 (1984): 30-67. 



Hamlet Studies

7.1-7.2, Winter and Summer, 1985


White, R.S. “The Spirit of Yorick, Or the Tragic Sense of Humor in Hamlet.” Hamlet 

Studies. 7.1-7.2 (1985): 9-26. 


Miles, Vernon Garth. “Hamlet’s Search for Philosophic Integration: A Twentieth Century

View.” Hamlet Studies 7.1-7.2 (1985): 27-37. 


Bernthal, Craig A. ““Self” Examination and Readiness in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies. 7.1-

7.2 (1985): 38-51. 


Gaudet, Paul. ““He is justly served”: The Ordering of Experience in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies. 7.1-7.2

(1985): 52-68. 



Hamlet Studies

8.1-8.2, Winter and Summer, 1986


Imhof, Rudiger. “Fortinbras Ante Portas: The Role and Significance in Hamlet.” Hamlet

Studies 8.1-8.2 (1986): 8-29. 


Sharma, Ghanshiam. “The Function of Horatio in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 8.1-8.2 

(1986): 30-39. 


Mahon, John W. “Providential Visitations in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies. 8.1-8.2 (1986): 

40-51. 


Homchaudhuri, S. “Hamlet and Samson Agonistes.” Hamlet Studies 8.1-8.2 (1986): 52-

64. 


Kawachi, Yoshiko. “Hamlet in Japan—From Drama to Novel.” Hamlet Studies 8.1-8.2

(1986): 65-76. 



Hamlet Studies

9.1-9.2, Winter and Summer, 1987


Styan, J.L. “On Seeing Hamlet in Performance.” Hamlet Studies 9.1-9.2 (1987): 9-20. 


Aggeler, Geoffrey. “Hamlet and the Stoic Stage.” Hamlet Studies 9.1-9.2 (1987): 21-33. 


Johnson, Barbara A. “The Fabric of the Universe Rent: Hamlet as an Inversion of The 

Courtier.” Hamlet Studies 9.1-9.2 (1987): 34-52. 


Hayton, Alison G. ““The King of my Father?”: Paternity in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 9.1-

9.2 (1987): 53-64. 


Walsh, Martin W. ““This same skull, Sir..”: Layers of Meaning and Tradition in 

Shakespeare’s Most Famous Prop.” Hamlet Studies 9.1-9.2 (1987): 65-77. 


Cohen, Michael. ““To what base uses we may return”: Class and Morality in Hamlet.” 

Hamlet Studies 9.1-9.2 (1987): 78-85. 



Hamlet Studies

10.1-10.2, Winter and Summer, 1988


Sams, Eric. “Taboo, or not Taboo? The Text, Dating and Authorship of Hamlet, 1589-

1623.” Hamlet Studies 10.1-10.2 (1988): 12-46.


Morgan, David C.H. ““When mercy seasons justice”: How and (Why) Hamlet Does Not

Kill Claudius.” Hamlet Studies 10.1-10.2 (1988): 47-78.


Romm, Joseph J. “Why Hamlet Dies.” Hamlet Studies 10.1-10.2 (1988): 79-94. 


Preussner, Arnold W. “Waiting in Hamlet and Twelfth Night.” Hamlet Studies 10.1-10.2 

(1988): 95-103. 


Hamlet Studies

11.1-11.2, Winter and Summer, 1989


Berkeley, David Shelley. “Claudius Villein King of Denmark.” Hamlet Studies 11.1-11.2

(1989): 9-21. 


Diffey, Carole T. ““Such large discourse”: the Role of “Godlike reason” in Hamlet.” 

Hamlet Studies 11.1-11.2 (1989):22-33. 


Billigheimer, Rachel V. “Diversity in the Hamlets of the Eighteenth-Century Stage in

England, France and Germany.” Hamlet Studies 11.1-11.2 (1989): 34-48. 


Pollard, David L. “Belatedness in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 11.1-11.2 (1989): 49-59. 



Hamlet Studies

12.1-12.2, Winter and Summer, 1990


Sheidley, William E. “Hamlet as a Vision of Renewal.” Hamlet Studies 12.1-12.2 (1990): 

8-27. 


Beck, Jeffery P. “Pulled From the Melodious Lay: “A World Elsewhere” and the Songs 

of As You Like It in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 12.1-12.2 (1990): 28-50. 


Sorenson, Peter J. “Hamlet’s Ghost and the Dramatic Function of Shakespeare’s 

Ambiguous “Apparitions.”” Hamlet Studies 12.1-12.2 (1990): 51-58. 


Thatcher, David. “The Killing of Polonius.” Hamlet Studies 12.1-12.2 (1990): 59-74. 


Hunter, Glen D. “Modern Recordings of Hamlet in English.” Hamlet Studies 12.1-12.2 

(1990): 75-93. 



Hamlet Studies

13.1-13.2, Winter and Summer, 1991


Jenkins, Harold. ““To be, or not to be”: Hamlet’s Dilemma.” Hamlet Studies 13.1-13.2 (1991): 8-24. 


Gorfain, Phyllis. “Toward a Theory of Play and the Carnivalesque in Hamlet.” Hamlet 

Studies 13.1-13.2 (1991): 25-49. 


Dollerup, Cay. “‘Filters’ in Our Understandings of Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 13.1-13.2 (1991): 50-63.


Burks, Zachary A. ““My Soul’s Idol”: Hamlet’s Love for Ophelia.” Hamlet Studies 13.1- 13.2 (1991): 64- 72. 


Philip, Ranjini. “The Shattered Glass: The Story of (O)phelia.” Hamlet Studies 13.1- 13.2

(1991): 73- 84. 



Hamlet Studies

14.1-14.2, Winter and Summer, 1992


Partee, Henry Morriss. “Hamlet and the Persistance of Comedy.” Hamlet Studies 14.1-

14.2 (1992): 9-18. 


Wright, Eugene P. “Hamlet: From Physics to Metaphysics.” Hamlet Studies 14.1-14.2

(1992): 19-31. 


Pessoni, Michele. ““Let in the Maid, That Out a Maid Never Departed More”: The 

Initiation of Ophelia: Hamlet’s Kore Figure.” Hamlet Studies 14.1-14.2 (1992):

32-41. 


Fleissner, R.F. “The Dilatory Prince and the Striving Soul Searcher: The Hamlet-Faust-

Complex.” Hamlet Studies 14.1-14.2 (1992): 42-58. 



Hamlet Studies

15.1-15.2, Winter and Summer, 1993


Andres, James R. “The Vulgar and the Polite: Dialogue in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 15.1-

15.2 (1993): 8-22. 


Champion, Larry S. ““A Spriage to Catch Woodcocks”: Proverbs, Characterization, and 

Political Idealization in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 15.1-15.2 (1993): 23-39.  


York, Neil L. “Hamlet as American Revolutionary.” Hamlet Studies 15.1-15.2 (1992): 

40-53.


Sheidley, William E. “Making Hamlet Pirouette: Louis Henry’s Hamlet Pantomime 

Tragique of 1816.” Hamlet Studies 15.1-15.2 (1993): 54-70. 


-------- “Hamlet, Tragic Pantomime in Three Acts, A Ballet Libretto by Louis Henry,

Translated from French by William E Sheidley.” Hamlet Studies 15.1-15.2 

(1993):  54-70. 


Banerjee, A. “A Modern Hamlet: Jimmy Porter in Look Back in Anger.” Hamlet Studies 

15.1-15.2 (1993): 81-92. 



Hamlet Studies

16.1-16.2, Winter and Summer, 1994


Das, Subimal. “The Youth at Tumbru (poem).” Hamlet Studies 16.1-16.2 (1994): 9.


Watterson, William Collins. “Hamlet’s Lost Father.” Hamlet Studies 16.1-16.2 (1994): 

10-23. 


Arnett, David B. “What Makes Hamlet Run? Framing Cognition Discursively.” Hamlet 

Studies 16.1-16.2 (1994): 24-41. 


Hardy, John. “Hamlet’s “Modesty of Nature.”” Hamlet Studies 16.1-16.2 (1994): 42-56. 


Halverson, John. “The Importance of Horatio.” Hamlet Studies 16.1-16.2 (1994): 57-70. 



Hamlet Studies

17.1-17.2, Winter and Summer, 1995


Dorn, Alfred. “Listen Laertes (poem).” Hamlet Studies 17.1-17.2 (1995): 9. 


Bugliani, Francesca. ““In the mind to suffer”: Hamlet’s Soliloquy “To be, or not to be.”

Hamlet Studies 17.1-17.2 (1995): 10-42. 


Rees-Mogg, Lord. “The Politics of Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 17.1-17.2 (1995): 43-53. 


Doubt, Keith. “Hamlet and Friendship.” Hamlet Studies 17.1-17.2 (1995): 54-62. 


Vanita, Ruth. “The Woman Hater as Beaumont and Fletcher’s Reading of Hamlet.”

Hamlet Studies 17.1-17.2 (1995): 63-77. 


Gilman, Todd S. ““Why seems it so particular with thee?” Hamlet among the 

Revisionists.” Hamlet Studies 17.1-17.2 (1995): 78-93. 



Hamlet Studies

18.1-18.2, Winter and Summer, 1996


Clary, Frank Nicholas. ““The very cunning of the scene”: Hamlet’s Divination and the

King’s Occulted Guilt.” Hamlet Studies 18.1-18.2 (1996): 7-28. 


Milne, Joseph. “Hamlet: The Conflict Between Fate and Grace.” Hamlet Studies 18.1-

18.2 (1996): 29-48. 


Lal, Sikandar. “Secular Tragedy—The Case of Claudius.” Hamlet Studies 18.1-18.2 

(1996): 49-64. 


Sanchez, Reuben. ““Thou com’st in such a questionable shape”: Interpreting the Textual

and Contextual Ghost in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 18.1-18.2 (1996): 65-84. 


Fajardo-Acosta, Fidel. “Muder and Kingship: Biblical Paradigms in Hamlet.” Hamlet 

Studies 18.1-18.2 (1996): 85-93. 


Bains, Y.S. “Loose Ends and Inconsistencies in the First Quarto of Shakespeare’s 

Hamlet?” Hamlet Studies 18.1-18.2 (1996): 84-93. 


Bigliazzi, Silvia. ““The time is out of joint”: Hamlet on Screen and the Crystal Image.”

Hamlet Studies 18.1-18.2 (1996): 105-125. 



Hamlet Studies

19.1-19.2, Winter and Summer, 1997


Sprinchorn, Evert. “Hamlet’s “Dram of Eale.”” Hamlet Studies 19.1-19.2 (1997): 7-19. 


Harris, John Arthur. “Ophelia’s “Nothing”: It is the False Steward that Stole His Master’s

Daughter.” Hamlet Studies 19.1-19.2 (1997): 20-46. 


Reschke, Mark. “Historicizing Homophobia: Hamlet and the Anti-theatrical Tracts.” 

Hamlet Studies 19.1-19.2 (1997): 47-63. 


Dickson, Lisa. “The Hermeneutics of Error: Reading and the First Witness in Hamlet.”

Hamlet Studies 19.1-19.2 (1997): 64-77. 


Lusardi, James P. “Hamlet on the Postmodernist Stage” The Revisionings of Bergman

and Wagda.” Hamlet Studies 19.1-19.2 (1997): 64-77. 


Hamlet Studies

20.1-20.2, Summer and Winter, 1998


Summers, David. ““—the proverb is something musty”: The Commonplace and

Epistemic Crisis in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 20.1-20.2 (1998): 9-34. 


Planinc, Zdravko. ““It begins with Pyrrhus” (2.2.451): The Political Philosophy of 

Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 20.1-20.2 (1998): 35-49. 


Witt, Robert W. “The Duel in Hamlet as Play-within.” Hamlet Studies 20.1-20.2 (1998):

50-62. 


Kozikowski, Stanislaus J. “The Three Medieval Plots of Hamlet: Psychomachia, Ars

Moriendi, Memento Mori.” Hamlet Studies 20.1-20.2 (1998): 63-70. 


Philip, Ranjini. “Rereading Hamlet in a Multicultural Context.” Hamlet Studies 20.1-20.2

(1998): 71-79. 


Hamlet Studies

21.1-21.2, Summer and Winter, 1999


Desai, R.W. “Hamlet Studies after Two Decades in India—A Retrospective Analysis.” 

Hamlet Studies 21.1-21.2 (1999): 9-19. 


Aasand, Hardin and Frank Nicholas Clary. “Hamlet and the Mirror up to History: 

Allegory, Analogue and Allusion.” Hamlet Studies 21.1-21.2 (1999): 20-54. 


David, Lloyd. ““To thine own self be true”: Identity and Desire from Plato to Hamlet.” 

Hamlet Studies 21.1-21.2 (1999): 55-76. 


Beliles, David Buck. ““I am myself indifferent honest”: Hamlet as Ophelia’s Seducer.”

Hamlet Studies 21.1-21.2 (1999): 77-87. 


Kelley, Charles Greg. ““Lend thy serious hearing to what I shall unfold”: Legend 

Dynamics in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 21.1-21.2 (1999): 89-113. 


Hopkins, Lisa. “What’s Heracles to Hamlet? The Emblematic Garden in The Spanish 

Tragedy and Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 21.1-21.2 (1999): 114-143. 



Hamlet Studies

22, 2000


Chawla, Nishi. “Upon Meeting with Hamlet’s Kronborg.” Hamlet Studies 22 (2000): 7-

9. 


Bains, Y.S. “Biography, Bibliography, and the Making of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” 

Hamlet Studies 22 (2000): 10-25. 


Edmondson, Paul M. ““A sad story tolde”: Playing Horatio in Q1 Hamlet.” Hamlet 

Studies 22 (2000): 26-39. 


Moore, Jeanie Grant. ““In my mind’s eye”: Postmodern (Re)visions of Hamlet.” Hamlet

Studies 22 (2000): 40-76. 


Al-Shetawi, Mahmoud F. “Hamlet in Arabic.” Hamlet Studies 22 (2000): 77-109. 


Naikar, Basavaraj. “Raktaksi: An Example of a Cultural Adaptation of Hamlet.” Hamlet

Studies 22 (2000): 110-123. 



Hamlet Studies

23, 2001


Campbell, Dowling G. “The Double Dichotomy and Paradox of Virtue in Hamlet.”

Hamlet Studies 23 (2001): 13-49. 


Gooch, Bryan N.S. “Hamlet as Hero: The Necessity of Virtue.” Hamlet Studies 23 

(2001): 50-58. 


Voss, Paul J. “To Prey or Not to Prey: Prayer and Punning in Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies

23 (2001): 59-74. 


Wagner, Joseph B. “Hamlet Rewriting Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 23 (2001): 75-92. 


Kawachi, Yoshiko. “Translating Hamlet into Japanese.” Hamlet Studies 23 (2001): 93-

102. 



Hamlet Studies

24, 2002


Robinson, John V. “Hamlet’s Evil Ale: Hamlet 1.4.36-38.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2002):

10-25. 


Fernandez, Enrique. “Bare-Bones Humour in Hamlet (5.1) and Don Quixote (1, 19).”

Hamlet Studies 24 (2002): 26-38. 


Ashley, Leonard R.N. “The Observed of all Observers: Hamlet on the Stage.” Hamlet 

Studies 24 (2002): 39-55. 


Trivedi, Poonam. ““Play[ing]’s the thing”: Hamlet on the Indian Stage.” Hamlet Studies

24 (2002): 56-80. 


Verma, Rajiva. “Hamlet on the Hindi Stage.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2002): 81-93. 


Vernede, R.E. “Hamlet at a Bengal Fair.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2002): 94-107. 



Hamlet Studies

25, 2003


Roston, Murray. “Hamlet and Suicide.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 16-40. 


Baumlin, James S. “Hamlet the Sailor.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 41-66. 


Kanelos, Peter. “Hamlet and the Art of Memory.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 67-80. 


Bentley, Greg. “Carousing Gertrude.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 81-122. 


Gooch, Bryan N.S. “Hamlet and the Concept of Stability.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003):

123-132. 


Thorne, Barry. ““Stand and unfold yourself”: Metaphysical Satisfactions in Hamlet and

Troilus and Cressida.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 133-142. 


Dahiya, Hema. “Delay as Difference in Hamlet: an Ethical View.” Hamlet Studies 24

(2003): 143-155. 


Clary Jr, Frank Nicholas. “Charles Gildon’s Editorial Apparatus and Nicholas Rowe’s

Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 156-174. 


Fleissner, R.F. “Ophelia as Expecting, Not Merely Expectant: Margaret Anticipated.” 

Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 175-188. 


Janowitz. Henry D. ““Master Eustace” and Gertrude and Claudius: Henry James and 

John Updike Rewrite Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 189-199. 


Sheidley, William E. “Anti-Hamlets: Motive and Meaning in a Radical Parodic Mode.”

Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 200-217. 


Jaidka, Manju and Natasha W. Vashisht. “Of Wiglerus, Feng, Et. Al: Some Variations

on the Hamlet Story.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 218-233. 


Sterling, Eric. “Teaching Hamlet.” Hamlet Studies 24 (2003): 234-246.