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When you have Shakespeare why do you need the movies?: Neil Jordan's Michael Collins and an anti-Hamletian Hamlet

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When you have Shakespeare why do you need the movies? Neil Jordan's Michael Collins and an anti-Hamletian Hamlet. / Steel, Jayne.

In: Etudes Irlandaises, Vol. 38, No. 1, 2013.

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title = "When you have Shakespeare why do you need the movies?: Neil Jordan's Michael Collins and an anti-Hamletian Hamlet",
abstract = "This article analyses the film Michael Collins in terms of extimacy, making links to Gerry Adams and the north of Ireland peace process and the figure of Hamlet",
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journal = "Etudes Irlandaises",
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