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Essay heading: Hamlets Oedipus Complex
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Date added: October 16, 1999
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Hamlet divulges into the reasoning behind his depression, that his sadness occurs from his mother marrying at “O most wicked speed: to post/With such dexterity to incestious sheets” (1.2.156-7). He furthers his reasoning behind the marriage causing the depression, claiming that the union can do no good “But break [his] heart” (1...
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He furthers his reasoning behind the marriage causing the depression, claiming that the union can do no good “But break [his] heart” (1.2.159). Hamlet’s explains his rage in the first act of the play, but it is not until scene 4 of the third act that we see the full view of his Oedipus Complex. Here, Gertrude is joined by Hamlet in a bedroom moments after Polonius, the Queen’s counselor, advises her to warn Hamlet that “his pranks have been too broad to bear with” (3...
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