Ophelia Rose fickt ihren Vibrator 10:21 Eine rolle im heu (hms-hms) 36:57 Nettes blondes Drew. But what's her recourse? Back, nEXT, character Analysis, your parents only wish they had a daughter like Ophelia. Ophelia seems pretty crushed by all this: And I, of ladies most deject and wretched, That sucked the honey of his music vows, Now see that noble and most sovereign reason, out of time and harsh; (3.1.169-171; 172). Laertes takes a typically Elizabethan stance toward female sexuality a "deflowered" woman was damaged goods that no man would want to marry. It seems that there isn't much place for women in the royal court. Abusive Boyfriend, the problem with being completely obedient and passive is that you can't fight back when you really need. Laertes also points out that Hamlet is evil and that she should fear him instead of loving him. Ophelia and Madness, whether they've had sex or not, that's a lot of pressure to put on a young woman. Would it make a difference if they'd actually had sex? Is Laertes just looking out for his little sister's best interests? Some of the flowers Ophelia gives away during her mad scene (like rue and wormwood) were used for centuries in abortion potions.
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Her father and Hamlet used her as a tool, which led her to madness and her loving brother was not there to save her. 627,600 views* 627k 100.00, add this video to one of my favorites list: Report this video: Embed this video to your site with this code: Share this video. Playing with someones feelings is a very serious matter. This seems to be a metaphor for the way Ophelia lives her life: doing what her father and brotherand boyfriendtell her to do, rather than making decisions for herself. Gertrude also suggests that Ophelia's drowning was natural when she describes Ophelia as being like a "native" creature in the water. Rob Strieker 10/25/99, eng 111. But she can't call him out on his language, because, as a good girl, she can't admit that she knows what it means. I dont think Polonius ever really cared for Ophelia and saw her not as a daughter but as a mere tool for gaining what he wanted. When her father orders her to quit seeing Hamlet, she agrees "I shall obey my Lord" (1.3.145). Ophelia is innocent of any wrongdoing, and in return she is used as a tool so people can get what they want.
Shmoop is inclined to think not. In the end, it kills her. The main thing to remember is that you can always undo a wrong. Ophelia's "garments" "pull" her down, as if they had a mind of their own.