Summary Of Act 7 Scene 7 Hamlet

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In Scene 7, the two key events show us more about the personality of the characters. On the one hand, there is the event in which Gertrude explains the death of Ophelia, which doesn’t convince me enough to say it is authentic. In a society where the woman is told what to do and how to feel, it would not be surprised that probably Ophelia felt the pressure to kill herself, especially because she didn't have a woman figure in her life. And, Gertrude’s personality is unstable throughout the play so there is a possibility that she might be lying to protect Hamlet since Laertes was already mad at him or simply she doesn’t want any scandals. On the other hand, the way Claudius turned the blame to Hamlet in a careful way makes me think he covers his

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