A Reader posted a review at 2007-12-10 05:31:22.
Hamlet cares little for his revenge, he has no real passion or drive concerning Claudius â€“ an eggshell, full of sound and fury but signifying nothing. The playâ€™s the thing, and Hamlet, the true writer of â€˜Hamletâ€™, is the greatest playwright of all time precisely because he is the greatest, most encompassing of all audiences. As the most observant, intelligent audience of himself, he is able to beautify every word and every scene to full effect, ensuring the playâ€™s immortality and thus his own immortality â€“ he transcends Shakespeare, usurping death, nature, all. One must only consider his unlimited influence on humanity today to understand that he has forged for himself a Godhood.