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William Shakespeare, The Klingon Hamlet, at copyright page (Nick Nicholas & Andrew Strader trans.
The translations are courtesy of the Klingon Language Institute, a Pennsylvania group that published The Klingon Hamlet several years ago, in addition to composing the Klingon version of Much Ado About Nothing.
Indeed in Khamlet, the Klingon Hamlet, the protagonist's inability to act decisively read in light of a Klingon cultural code which values aggression, honor, and belligerence marks him as unKlingon; that is as unnatural, a reading that is not elicited in the English version of the play.