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All men are born with love in their hearts and for some men that love turns into hatredwith love denies are meant to be true feels will r characters Hamlet did both with time hatred took over but there was also a time where he went against his feelings His Pride in words his contradicted actions and his enigma personality all ruled over Hamlet hurting the ones he loves Ophelia The Pride in Hamlets words towards Ophelia are hurtful Ophelia tries to reach out to Hamlet with her unending love while Hamlet puts her down I loved you notIIIi129 The Hatred that Hamlet feels towards the ones who hurt his father makes him act differently He tests people to know if he should trust them That is what he did with Ophelia when he asked her wheres your father IIIi141 and she most definitely failed his test Ophelia lied to HamletHamlet always felt one thing and did another He basically contradicted his actions because he didnt do what he felt he did what felt like revenge Ophelia turned out to be one of his victims when he said that he didnt love her and that he never sent her those sweet letters No no I I never gave you ought IIIi105 Hamlet contradicts himself because when Ophelia dies he is saddened by the tragedyIf Hamlet would be described in one word enigma would be it He tends to trick us in what he is saying like when he says get thee to a nunneryIIIi131 You would think that he refers to her staying a virgin but he isnt Back in the days Nunnery meant more like a whorehouse which makes sense because Hamlet has now hatred for Ophelia Hamlet seems difficult to understand since we as an audience know that hamlet loves Ophelia We know that the Hatred that he has is towards Claudius and Gertrude for betraying his father All
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