Rosemary for Remembrance:The Tragedy of Ophelia

We all think we know Ophelia’s story. Hers is a tragedy peripheral to the greater tragedy of Hamlet. But what if she were the centre? Imagine an Elsinore where identity and meaning are as fluid as water, where love and loss, life and death, past and present flow together and one woman’s imagination might have the power to transform the hell of madness itself into a kind of beauty.
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About Frances Mason

Frances Mason is a resident of sunny Australia (consequently is too much i' the sun), loves great literature, especially Chaucer, Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Dawn Powell and Iris Murdoch, and is currently writing a fictional life of Shakespeare.

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Dai Alanye reviewed on on Dec. 10, 2016
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This particular work is too experimental for my taste but Mason shows a great deal of potential. I'd like to see that Elizabethan novel—an interesting period and a writer of promise.
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