Where does the authorial voice come into the text and what is the voice saying in Hamlet?

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Concerning authorial voice or intrusion into the text of Shakespeare's Hamlet, I'm afraid you're pretty much out of luck.  Hamlet is a play, not a work of fiction or narrative poetry.  Every word spoken is spoken by a character, not by the...

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