Hamlet and Ophelia.
"Doubt thou the stars are five;
Doubt that the sun doth move;
Doubt truth to be a liar;
But never doubt I Love."
The attitude of Hamlet towards Ophelia is one of the greatest puzzles in the play. The exact nature of his feelings for Ophelia is left ambiguous. As most critics have agreed, Hamlet did once love Ophelia deeply and sincerely but he ceased to do so. Why? How can we explain Hamlet's conduct towards Ophelia throughout the play, his ruthlessness and savagery towards a gentle and inoffensive girl whom he had once loved so ardently?
II LOVE IN HONOURABLE FASHION
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