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Alienation of Hamlet

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Reflection on the alienation of Hamlet Hamlet returns home from college and finds that his father, the King is murdered. Hamlet then sees that his mother and uncle are dating, even after the death of his father only a few days prior. I believe that Hamlet is first alienated by Gertrude. The person he would least expect to alienate him, his mother. Gertrude has not grieved and has completely disregarded her son's feelings. She marries Claudius who happens to be her husband's murderer and his brother. When Claudius marries Gertrude he is made King, which destroys Hamlet. His mother does not even understand why her son is upset with her. These are two excellent examples to show how Hamlet's family members are alienating him.

In Act II Hamlet is again alienated by his family, this time his step father sends Hamlet's two best friends to spy on...

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