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SOMETHING FEMINIST IN THE STATE OF DENMARK

Daisy Ridley gives Hamlet’s tragic heroine an empowering update in Ophelia.
Daisy Ridley and Naomi Watts

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE SURE loved a doomed heroine. Some of the Bard’s most famous women—Juliet, Desdemona, Lady Macbeth—all met with a grisly fate, but few are as iconic as Hamlet

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