I think Hamlet might have loved her at first. But with his suspicions of everyone in the castle I think he grew apart. Revenge for his father has consumed him almost entirely.
I think Hamlet probably loves Ophelia as much as he knows how, but when you are so obsessed with revenge, what’s important falls to the side.
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I think he does but he is trying to act like he doesn’t care that they broke up and play it cool, like when he is denying the gifts she gives back.
I don’t think so because if he did then he wouldn’t be able to treat her how he does throughout the play.
I totally agree. If he truly did love her he wouldn’t treat her the way he does.
With everything going on it’s possible that he’s just to overwhelmed to think about anything but his uncle.
I completely agree.
I think that he was in love with her at one point, but because of his pretending not to to prove her father wrong and his obsession with getting revenge, they grew apart.
Agree, he was corrupted by his need for revenge it seems.
He might love her in her own twisted way. Typically you don’t treat people like shit when you care about them or love them. I think their live begins to fade quickly because of his actions.
Maybe he was trying not to drag her into the mess by separating her from him and his family entirely?
Maybe so but he didn’t have to be such a dick about it.🤷🏼♀️
I think that might play a part.
Yeah, some people really don’t know how to love.
Agreed, you don’t treat someone you love like that.
I do not think he truly loves her. I say this because of all the suspicions he has about his uncle killing his father and possibly thinking that other people are involved. He may have truly loved her at first but I definitely don’t think he does now, especially with the way he treats her.
Agreed, the way he tests her is not love
I agree completely.
I think he does love her. However his love isn’t as strong as his need for revenge against his uncle.
I agree with you to an extent. Revenge has definitely consumed most of his interest right now.
He definitely wouldn’t hold this revenge process higher than his love for Ophelia if he did love her.
Maybe after he gets revenge he will try to make things right with Ophelia.
No I don’t really think hamlet does. I wouldn’t tell someone I liked to “git to a nunnery” so I highly doubt he likes her
Maybe he still likes her even if she’s a ho ho.
At the beginning of the play, I think he did. Then when it progressed Hamlet slowly started to fall out of love with her and doesn’t hold in as high regards as before. When he confronted her before the play, his mind was muddled with revenge and he didn’t hold those feelings anymore.
I think he’s still upset with his father’s death and doesn’t know how to control his emotions.
I don’t believe he did love her. If Hamlet really loved Ophelia he wouldn’t be rude the treat her the way he does. Pushing and dragging her around in that scene.
I don’t think he likes her that’s much because he tells her that she needs to got to the nunnery it’s show that he only wants to find his fathers killer.
I think that he might have loved her at one point but doesn’t act like it anymore.
I believe that Hamlet does love Ophelia. I think he’s being mean to her because he wants to focus on avenging his father. It did cause Polonius and Claudius to think that he was acting strange because of Ophelia and not other reasons. There was nothing in the play that makes me think that he is not in love, it’s just an act.
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I don’t think he does. Especially after the way he treats her when he is trying to prove the king is guilty.
I believe he did truly love Ophelia once, but if he still truly loved her he wouldn’t be able to put her through the things he is putting her through. He seemed truly heart broken when she tried to return the gifts, but if he still loved her he would not have treated her so poorly he would have grieved on his own and he would have been kind.
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