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Hamlet: Gertrude and Ophelia as Shakespeare's Innocents Destroyed

Hamlet: Gertrude and Ophelia as Shakespeare's Innocents Destroyed
Hamlet: Gertrude and Ophelia as Shakespeare's Innocents Destroyed
Hamlet: Gertrude and Ophelia as Shakespeare's Innocents Destroyed
Hamlet: Gertrude and Ophelia as Shakespeare's Innocents Destroyed
Hamlet: Gertrude and Ophelia as Shakespeare's Innocents Destroyed
Hamlet: Gertrude and Ophelia as Shakespeare's Innocents Destroyed
Hamlet: Gertrude and Ophelia as Shakespeare's Innocents Destroyed
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This lesson plan focuses Gertrude’s and Ophelia’s roles as innocent, tragic victims in Hamlet who succumb to the demands of their society and the deadly forces in Claudius’s court. Students will contrast their positions in the court, describe their relationships with Hamlet, Claudius, and Polonius, and analyze examples of Gertrude’s and Ophelia’s actions that are determined by the gender roles society expects them to conform to in their relationships with men. In studying Gertrude’s and Ophelia’s characters, students will be better able to describe how gender roles affect these women, how political intrigue destroys them, and how their tragic lives underscore a major theme in the drama.
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