The Ego is Always at the Wheel

... was very angry because he wanted to be king himself . Claudius thought that everyone was just like he was , for he had wanted to be king very much . The truth is that Hamlet did not care about being. 74 - The Ego Is Always at the Wheel.

The Ego is Always at the Wheel

Drawn from the poet's collected papers at Yale University, these humorous essays touch on topics including taking baths and the meaning of existentialism, the abominations of the telephone, theories of Hamlet's behavior and Don Giovanni's promiscuity, and divorce.

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