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No one is certain of the first date of the first production of Hamlet, but there can be no doubt that Shakespeare's tragedy about the Prince of Denmark has touched audiences and inspired critics for over four hundred years. For scholars, this doubting Dane and indeed the entire play has become a battlefield of conflicting theories. The latest to join the fray are philosopher Simon Critchley (Infinitely Demanding) and psychologist Jamieson Webster (The Life and Death of Psychoanalysis), masters of different disciplines who come together to offer penetrating insights about a drama we all thought we knew too well.