Gertrude Hamlet's Father Analysis

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The “father” Gertrude talks about is Hamlet’s uncle, King Claudius. But the “father” Hamlet talks about is his real father, King Hamlet. He means to say that to provoke his mother. It’s not hard to tell he is really mad at his mother, but he promises to the ghost will leave her alone, so Hamlet can only uses his words to revenge.
After Hamlet kills Polonius, his mother is scared and criticize what a horrible thing Hamlet has done. But Hamlet is provoke by her words, he is mad and he thinks his mother is the one who actually does the horrible things. And his mother seems doesn’t know how the king Hamlet really dead.
The ghost comes in when Hamlet argues with his mother. And Hamlet notices that his mother can’t see the ghost and he is surprised.

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