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  1. Stereotypes In Hamlet Words | 4 Pages. looked through. In Hamlet by Shakespeare, the female characters of Gertrude and Ophelia are viewed through the lens to fit the standards of women being mistreated by the misogynistic values and plot points place throughout the story.
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  3. Mar 15,  · On the stage, theatrical representations of Ophelia have shifted according to the dominant theories and images of female insanity, while historically the images of Ophelia have played a major role in the construction of medical theories of insanity in young women. Always, these theories contrast masculine and feminine experience.
  4. Dec 12,  · Gender Stereotypes in “Hamlet” Throughout William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, both Hamlet and Ophelia are confined by and pressured into fulfilling societal expectations of masculinity and femininity, respectively, which ultimately .
  5. Feb 23,  · In Hamlet, Ophelia can be seen as one who is obedient to everything everyone tells her to do, which in the end drives her crazy and lead to the death on her own hands. She does not want to fight the stereotype because she deems it normal, for her brother to sleep around while she can't even get near a boy.
  6. To her father and brother, Ophelia is the eternal virgin, the vessel of morality whose purpose is to be a dutiful wife and steadfast mother. To Hamlet, she is a sexual object, a corrupt and deceitful lover. With no mother to guide her, she has no .
  7. Ophelia is, in many ways, an ideal daughter of the time. Unable to speak for herself, she does everything her father orders. For example, when her father asks her to spy on Hamlet, she obeys. Then, again, when her father demands she stops seeing Hamlet, she does without hesitation.
  8. A compliant young woman accepts these standards and dwells safely in the space created for her. Ophelia is repeatedly praised for her beauty and purity, “Ophelia, I do wish that your good beauties be the happy cause of Hamlet’s wildness: so shall I hope your virtues will bring him to his wonted ways again,” (III.i).

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