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Examines Shakespeare's play, Timon of Athens, in relation to Hamlet through a psychoanalytical and New Historical comparion of the two protagonists. Shows parallels between these characters in their behavior, illusions of reality, and inability to cope with loss of their illusions. Suggests that Timon may be a later reimagining of Hamlet.

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