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Books Like Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth by Tom Stoppard | Suggesting Reading

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Like the schoolboys in Dogg's Hamlet, the young gang members in Anthony Burgess's novel A Clockwork Orange (1963) talk in a different language. After wreaking havoc on their community, their leader is eventually caught and entered into a criminal rehabilitation program, where even thinking of criminal activities makes him sick.

Stoppard dedicated Cahoot's Macbeth to the Czechoslovakian playwright Pavel Kohout, who faced censorship during communist rule in his homeland. Kohout's novel, The Widow Killer, published in 2000, takes place during World War II in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia. This detective story concerns the events surrounding the assassination of a baroness and pairs a Gestapo agent and a Czech detective to solve the crime.

Stoppard is famous for his interest in both Shakespeare and language, which he explores in many of his plays. In Coined by the Shakespeare: Words and Meanings First Used by the Bard (1998), Jeffrey McQuain and Stanley...

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This section contains 404 words
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Purchase our Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth Study Guide
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