03 Sep „iHamlet – VARIAŢIUNI DE STIL PE ACEEAŞI TEMĂ” DE ALINA EPÎNGEAC
Episodul 4: Hamlet himself
I, Hamlet – the most renowned character of all times, more quoted than posts on Facebook, more famous than all Cehov’s characters all together, more tragic than all Aeschylus’, Sophocles’ and Euripides’ heroes gathered in one universal weep, more mysterious than all of Sherlock Holmes’ cases (all the books, movies, and tv series – especially the one with Benedict Cumberbatch – in short: the entire franchise), more twisted minded than Freud’s Anna O. What else is there to be added to this name? What else would dare to crack the splendor of these marvelously linked sounds which, as a symphony, compose my noble name and ruin mere perfection with a dirty, redundant explanation?
To be or not to be I, Hamlet? That is the question.