Why Is Hamlet Justifiable

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Although, some may say that Hamlet’s impression of women is not caused by the projection of his inappropriate thoughts, motives, and feelings onto women. Instead, they believe that Hamlet’s perception of women is justifiable because he endures Gertrude and Ophelia’s manipulation, betrayal, and immorality. However, this rebuttal is flawed because Hamlet also displays these actions towards Gertrude and Ophelia. For example, Hamlet manipulates Gertrude and Ophelia into thinking that he has fallen into madness. Additionally, Hamlet betrays Gertrude by killing Claudius and going against the best interest of Denmark. Similarly, Hamlet betrays Ophelia by killing Polonius and Laertes. As a result of having a hand in the death of several people

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