Ophelia, by the first appearance, turns completely into Polonius and appears. (Exclude her songs.)
She says "Where is the beautious Maiestie of Denmarke?". Just like Polonius had said while in life.
To an interesting thing, she "or Polonius" uses the word "beautious".
Do you remember the scene 7 when Polonius criticized the word "beautified" of Hamlet's love letter.
Supposing my hypothesis (i.e. "Ophelia turns completely into Polonius and appears.) is right, Shakespeare presented and showed the "answer" here.
"Ophelia, by the first appearance, turns completely into Polonius and appears."
Please visit my blog site "from-neverneverland.blogspot.com" , oh, if you understand Japanese.
The title is "Such Hamlet's reading" with newly translated Hamlet, in traditional Japanese language-writing.
Last Edit: 6 years 1 week ago by Kouichi Yoshii.
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