Hamlet Had an Uncle
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Hamlet Had an Uncle: A Comedy of Honor is a Shakespearean satire by James Branch Cabell, published in 1940. It is the second book of his trilogy Heirs and Assigns. Cabell had incubated a Shakespeare satire for decades, and based his tale on the Saxo Grammaticus, an epic saga that recounts the story of the mythic Hamlet.
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