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Transcript of Ophelia
Ophelia remains loyal as she follows through with her father's order even if it's a challenge.
Act 3 Scene 2:
Ophelia at this point is irked by Hamlet and wants his madness to end without being aggressive
Act 4 Scene 5:
Act 4 Scene 7:
In the end she becomes consumed with insanity due to all the events that came before.
Act 3 Scene 1:
Ophelia is very passive and quite obedient. This proves to be one of her biggest flaws as she struggles to find her voice.
Throughout the play we see how each of the male characters in her life view her as an object a beautiful lusting girl. This is why her brother and father warn her to stay away from Hamlet and why Hamlet taunts her and basicallytells her he just wanted to sleep with her. As a result of only being seen as a sexual object she goes crazy. This ultimately is what leads to her death.
By: Mayra Flores, Daniel Momeni, Jacob Peacock, Elijah Minze
Act 1 Scene 3
Act 2 Scene 1
Act 3 Scene 1
Act 3 Scene 2
Act 4 Scene 5
Act 4 Scene 7
Act 1 Scene 3:
This scene shows Ophelia's loyalty and how trusting she is of her father.
At this point in her life she is filled dread and is lonesome. She has been completely dependent on her dad and he is now gone.
"Hamlet." Hamlet: Ophelia | Character Analysis | CliffsNotes. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Apr. 2017.
Shmoop Editorial Team. "Ophelia in Hamlet." Shmoop. Shmoop University, 11 Nov. 2008. Web. 24 Apr. 2017.