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In Hamlet many character show signs that there dealing with different forms of isolation that is one of the leading cause to a climatic ending During the play hamlet many of the characters are eventually hurt by the actions on one man King Claudius His plot and execution of his brothers murder leave many of the people tragically hurt and will cause some people to go mad because of his treachery The most notable characters who deal with this problem are Ophelia Queen Gertrude and Hamlet Each one of them deals with different types of isolation that changes their personal morals and beliefs that in the end it eventually leads to all of their demises and ultimately shapes the fate for everyone around them for the worstDuring the play Hamlet Ophelia is constantly haunted by isolation which ultimately brings her to her death The most notable cause for her emotional isolation is the abuse from Hamlet who is her ex-lover The main reason why Hamlet starts to emotionally abuse her is because of her father Polonius who demands that she not she Hamlet out of the fear that she might bring shame to their family then later makes her spy on Hamlet for the King Claudius which cause more friction between the two This is the start of her isolation madness from the rest of the characters This is evident in 31 when Hamlet says Get thee to a nunnery Why wouldst thou be a breeder of sinners I am myself indifferent honest but yet I could accuse me of such things that it were better my mother had not borne me31121-24 This is the first time in which Hamlet starts to act unfavorably towards Ophelia causing her become distraught over her feeling for Hamlet knowing now that he doesnt have the same feeling for her Later on in the play when she find out about her fathers death it further pushes her to
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