[Q] Why might three Latin Hekatons attributed to a ninth century author* HINT that England had Hekatons in the sixteenth century?
[Q] Were Shakespeare's plays or poems written for the Hekaton?
[Q] Could one produce a definitive Hekaton of Hamlet?
Those questions prompted me to prepare a Hekaton of Hamlet from the Moby™ Shakespeare text (as modified after applying three rules). I soon discovered that I had stumbled upon a repeatable process that yields Shakespeare Hekatons that take advantage of the Hekaton layout.
For a description of the transformation from Moby™ digital text to Hekaton, and examples on what it means "to take advantage of the Hekaton layout" in the Sonnets Hekaton, see the Editor’s Foreword .

* The de Rebus Gestis Ludovici Pii, ([MP] and [+50]) is attributed to Ermoldo the Black (9th c.) -- but its English acrostics refer to Catherine of Aragon (16th c.).

The Sonnets Hekaton ([MP] and [+50]) has elegant layout-dependent effects.

These chilling effects in the Hamlet and Richard III [MP] Hekatons are rather inventive. [Above downloads are subject to our license terms]

A license of the Shakespeare Hekatons includes two PDFs, for personal use only:
 one with fifty [MP] view Hekatons (1478 pages) and another with fifty [+50] view Hekatons (1467 pages). (For an explanation of the two Hekaton "views," see the FAQ or the Foreword). You may not share this book by any means in any medium. Copyright Sea Hand Press 2021. All rights reserved.
50 Shakespeare Hekatons
50 Shakespeare Hekatons | base: Moby™ Shakespeare
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