Textausgabe Lekt reschl ssel William Shakespeare Hamlet

Author: Andrew Williams
Publisher: Reclam Verlag
Size: 79.65 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Category : Education
Pages : 347
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Nur als E-Book: Textausgabe + Lektüreschlüssel! Dieses E-Book bietet sowohl William Shakespeares "Hamlet" aus Reclams Roter Reihe als auch den passenden Lektüreschlüssel. Der Text enthält die Referenz zum gedruckten Buch und ist damit zitierfähig und verwendbar in Schule und Studium. Der Lektüreschlüssel hilft übersichtlich, schnell und zielgerichtet bei Verständnisfragen, die während der Lektüre auftreten. Als Kombiprodukt zu einem unschlagbar günstigen Preis. "Hamlet" ist das meistgespielte Stück Shakespeares und Hamlet ist Shakespeares berühmteste Figur. Als vor rund 250 Jahren die Shakespeare-Begeisterung in Deutschland um sich griff, gehörte auch ein sogenanntes ›Hamlet-Erlebnis‹, nämlich die Identifikation mit dem melancholischen Dänenprinzen, zu den Reaktionen auf Shakespeares Stücke. Die menschliche Psyche und ihre Widersprüchlichkeiten sowie die Reflexion über Ich, Fiktion und Welt stehen in diesem Stück auf dem Prüfstand, und nicht umsonst hat der berühmteste Monolog der Theatergeschichte in diesem Stück seinen Platz: "To be or not to be, that is the question" / "Sein oder Nichtsein, das ist hier die Frage".
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Nur als E-Book: Textausgabe + Lektüreschlüssel! Dieses E-Book bietet sowohl William Shakespeares "Hamlet" aus Reclams Roter Reihe als auch den passenden Lektüreschlüssel. Der Text enthält die Referenz zum gedruckten Buch und ist damit zitierfähig und verwendbar in Schule und Studium. Der Lektüreschlüssel hilft übersichtlich, schnell und zielgerichtet bei Verständnisfragen, die während der Lektüre auftreten. Als Kombiprodukt zu einem unschlagbar günstigen Preis. "Hamlet" ist das meistgespielte Stück Shakespeares und Hamlet ist Shakespeares berühmteste Figur. Als vor rund 250 Jahren die Shakespeare-Begeisterung in Deutschland um sich griff, gehörte auch ein sogenanntes ›Hamlet-Erlebnis‹, nämlich die Identifikation mit dem melancholischen Dänenprinzen, zu den Reaktionen auf Shakespeares Stücke. Die menschliche Psyche und ihre Widersprüchlichkeiten sowie die Reflexion über Ich, Fiktion und Welt stehen in diesem Stück auf dem Prüfstand, und nicht umsonst hat der berühmteste Monolog der Theatergeschichte in diesem Stück seinen Platz: "To be or not to be, that is the question" / "Sein oder Nichtsein, das ist hier die Frage".
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