--> The Death Clock (www.deathclock.com)
--> Death and Dementia (www.deathndementia.com)
--> Death - The Last Taboo (australianmuseum.net.au/Death-The-Last-Taboo)
--> Near-Death Experiences (www.mindspring.com/~scottr/end.html)
--> Death Images (www.trinity.edu/~mkearl/death-1.html)
It got me to thinking more about Hamlet’s little speech, again. And Death.
I think I want to talk to Miss Hamilton about Hamlet again.
Yeah, yeah, I know, Miss Hamilton, our English teacher, is Sarah’s favourite teacher and, while Sarah hasn’t been spending much time with her friends, she still is hanging around Miss Hamilton a lot.
But that’s NOT why I want to chat with her. I want to talk about Hamlet, and Shakespeare, and maybe see if she can recommend something else that I can read of his that is just as good. I remember we read The Merchant of Venice in Grade 9 and then The Tempest in Grade 10 and King Lear in Grade 11, but I didn’t really like them so much.
There’s gotta be something else Shakespeare wrote that’s as good as Hamlet.