These infographics are available for almost every Shakespeare play. This is particularly useful for visual learners as it allows them to see very clearly the important parts of the play that have been highlighted for them.
Hamlion - Common Narratives in Hamlet and the Lion King
Hamlion - Common Narratives in Hamlet and the Lion King Infographic
Hamlet: Dramatis Personae
I put this together ahead of a planned project to render the entirety of Hamlet (or at least an extremely distilled entirety) in stick-figure form. It's a handy-dandy reference guide to all the characters in Hamlet , including the ones nobody remembers. Nobody ever remembers Voltemand and Cornelius. Cornelius doesn't even have a line of his own - he just says "In that and all things will we show our duty" along with Voletmand. Voltemand has all the longer solo bits about Norway. Poor…
"Alas poor yorick. I knew him, Horatio" --- El dibujo es de los hermanos Beggarstaff, James Pride y William Nicholson. 1894
What Is Your Spiritual Gift?
In desperation, Ophelia was driven into madness; she had no means to heal herself. Her reliance on others weighed heavily, causing a unclear mind (conveyed by the mess and darkness in the photo). She was torn between her beloved family and her lover Hamlet (represented by the three flowers). It also reminds me of the scene with flowers. When Ophelia had lost her mind, she begins to hand out different flowers to represent the different people.
"Hamlet", la tragedia de Shakespeare que toma lugar en Dinamarca, fue escrita en algún momento entre 1599 y 1601. En la historia, Ofelia era una joven de la nobleza, hija de Polonio y hermana de Laertes, quien era la amada de Hamlet. Algunas personas creen que la inspiración del personaje de Ofelia surgió de una joven llamada Katherine Hamlet, quien se ahogó en un río en 1579, haciendo de ésto un tiempo plausible para que Shakespeare tomará la esencia de esta historia.