In William Shakespeare’s play, “Hamlet,” the Lady Ophelia dies a tragic death. But, what would have happened if she had lived? How might things have turned out differently? What was her life like outside of the scope of Hamlet’s tragedy? See the world at Elsinore Castle through Ophelia’s eyes as she attempts to survive and to change history. Seamlessly interwoven with the original play, this story traces Ophelia if she had survived her fall into the river.
The first in a series of “If She Had Lived” stories, this story is easily accessible to everyone and especially those who love Shakespeare.
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