The general gender bear him

Prince of Denmark

Prince of Denmark, originally submitted by D.

Posted by on March 8th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: faces 3 comments »

3 Responses to “The general gender bear him”

  1. sqr

    I just turned in a paper about how Shakespeare was introducing a new kind of masculinity in Hamlet, so this picture is about ten levels of awesome right now.


  2. raphael

    yeah, hamlet’s masculinity is definitely judged differently b/c of his emotional expression, as when king claudius (?) calls his grief “unmanly.”

    i like skulls!


  3. Diane

    beautiful person + skull + talk of Shakespeare = sonnet 12. suddenly i feel creaky in my joints!


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