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Preface Introduction: Conjunctures and concepts 1. Performance and authority in Hamlet (1603) 2. A new agenda for authority 3. Pen and voice: versions of doubleness 4. Playing with a difference 5. Histories in Elizabethan performance 6. Hamlet and the purposes of playing 7. Space (in)dividable: Locus and Platea revisited 8. Shakespeare's endings: commodious thresholds Afterword: thresholds forever after Notes Index.