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However, there is something of his father's mercenary mentality in suggesting that she should conserve her virginity like a valuable property 'chaste treasure' line But it is when Laertes proceeds to talk about her own sexuality that his language becomes more surprising.
Desire is 'danger' line 35 , the world slanders even the virtuous, while infection 'canker' line 39 and 'contagious basements' line 42 threaten the young.
The vehemence of this Hamlet is pervaded by disease images such as when Hamlet describes Claudius as 'a mildewed ear' III. It becomes part of the pervasive feeling that 'Something is rotten in the state of Denmark' I. This shocking image, of a prostitute's branded forehead, feeds into the presentation of Ophelia and helps to explain Hamlet's vehement language to her in the nunnery episode. Dismayed by his mother's betrayal of his father, Hamlet had concluded 'frailty, thy name is woman' I.
In the play scene he will comment that 'woman's love' is of brief duration III. This scene, in which her brother and then her father treat Ophelia as property liable to spoil, prepares us for the shocking exchanges between Hamlet and Ophelia later in the play. Contact Us Register Sign In. Toggle navigation. Basket 0. English Literature Study Guides Advanced. English Literature Advanced Companion.