Hamlet And Ophelia Really Mad Analysis

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In William Shakespeare's Hamlet, a kind of madness ultimately infects everyone, leading to an ending in which almost every major character is dead. Two of these maddened characters are Hamlet and Ophelia, who also share a love for each other. But the Ophelia is truly mad while Hamlet is not. Hamlet is madly in order to protect himself and to test whether Claudius really killed his father, also is his elder brother, even though everyone believe he is truly mad and because of Ophelia, she reject his love. For a variety of reasons, Hamlet killed Polonius. (However, Ophelia is truly mad after her father died and Hamlet reject and insult her, Finally she lost his foot and fell into the water.)
Hamlet is not truly mad. Hamlet, the prince of Denmark, insults everyone around him. He tells Ophelia he never loved her, calls her father
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So Hamlet wished he hadn't loved her: "you shouldn't have believed me, because virtue can't edify our evil nature. I didn't love you." so Hamlet said “Ha, ha, are you honest?” “Are you fair?” (In Act 3 Since 1 pages 105—122)In addition to this, Hamlet also gave her such a curse: "go to the nunnery; why do you have a group of sinners?" (pages 123–—131)This not only expressed his anger at the editor, but also expressed his determination: don't marry her because she wanted her mother to be fragile. Marry her, you may be ashamed of herself
In the indoor scene, Hamlet not only showed a crazy side to his mother, but also to the others in the play. Hamlet clearly showed how crazy, he was after the killing of Polonius, and did not regret his death. Another example of Hamlet's madness is that when Hamlet talks with his mother, the ghost appears to speak with Hamlet, but the queen can't see the ghost. Only Hamlet can see his father's ghost. These examples show crazy, crazy Hamlet not only indoors, but also in the whole play. Hamlet clearly showed how crazy, he was after the killing of Polonius, and did not regret his death. Before Hamlet entered

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