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Shakespeare's Hamlet Remixed
by Nigel Tomm
This is not a drama in the traditional sense. This is a drama that takes place between words and language itself, in which Nigel Tomm deconstructs Shakespeare's Hamlet. Hamlet here is a mere word, lost in its own and externally imposed meanings that create the action, which starts, continues, and ends in an abstract scene representing life and everything beyond it is refle...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published September 14th 2006 by BookSurge Publishing
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There has always been and possibly will always be an air of mystery about Nigel Tomm, but it is certain to the public that he stands as one of the most inventive authors of contemporary literature today. Sometimes deemed as the James Joyce of this current generation, Tomm explores the meaning of avantgarde with his riveting abstract literature, art, and film. His first work, a collection of remixe...moreMore about Nigel Tomm...