The role of women in Hamlet, Gilgamesh and the Odyssesy

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November 20, 2013

 

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Hamlet even phrased the marriage as incest. Hamlet?s rage is displayed when he throws his mother on the bed and says, "Frailty, thy name is woman" (Act1, Scene2, Line146). This show his extent of anger because he makes a generalization that all women are weak. As a result of his mother's actions, Hamlet strives to seek revenge against Claudius for the death of his father...
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In order to marry Gertrude, Claudius kills his brother. Therefore, Gertrude is the driving factor for the whole setup of the play. Another significant female character is Ophelia, Hamlet's love. Hamlet's quest for revenge interferes with his relationship with Ophelia. There is much evidence to show that Hamlet loved her a great deal, but his pretense of madness drove her to her death...
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