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Publication Date: June 28, 2012

Chapter: Random Literature

I've always considered the moment directly AFTER "Hamlet" to be one of the most awkward in literary history. It's basically just Horatio and a bunch of self-involved corpses. I can't really imagine how one deals with that. What do you say when someone wanders in? "Uh... it wasn't me?"

As an aside, I'm pretty sure this makes Horatio the Wedge Antilles of Shakespeare - one of the only characters left standing after the climax.

Author: William Shakespeare • Year: 1602 • Info: Wikipedia

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