Essay heading: Hamlet's Alienation of Characters

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June 30, 2009

 

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Not having the allowance of talking to others for help constricts the feelings and problems inside. Without the freedom of acting how he wishes only causes prolonging the plot of murdering Claudius. Ophelia experiences alienation throughout Hamlet, although she ends her life with suicide, unlike Hamlet...
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The queen places blame on Ophelia for Hamlet's madness and states: "...for your part, Ophelia, I do wish that your good beauties be the happy cause for Hamlet's madness..." (Shakespeare 140). The queen lightens her feelings of guilt for the murder and places the guilt upon Ophelia. Gertrude, the queen, knows that she has committed something wrong with the plot of killing Old Hamlet and therefore finds an outlet through Ophelia...
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