Hamlet Essay | Hamlet

This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of Hamlet.
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Hamlet

Summary: In the book Hamlet the only two major women played in the book are Queen Gertrude and Ophelia who have to set the tone for the role women play and also the role they play in their society.
Hamlet

In the book Hamlet there are a lot of guys and not so many women. The only two major women played in the book are Queen Gertrude and Ophelia who have to set the tone for the role women play and also the role they play in their society.

Gertrude and Ophelia play a very important role in the story. They are important because they are easily manipulated. Gertrude and Ophelia are viewed throughout the entire play as weak and frail. They are bossed around and told what to do and what not to do. Hamlet gives his first impression of women in general, when he makes a comment about his mother and how she went and married his uncle rather than mourned for his recently lost father. ."..(Let me not think on `t; frailty, thy name is women!), a little month, or ere those shoes were old...

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