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Eulogy For Ophelia
I agree with the fact that the end of her life was not a portrayal of who she really was. Unfortunately she was considered to be crazy, but I don't believe that that was her fault. I believe that she became mad because she was exhausted with having to deal with Hamlet and his ways. She did die dishonorably, she was neglected by the ones she loved most and never received the love that she gave to other people. I like how you pointed out that Ophelia was a representation of what everyone lost during the play. She was misunderstood and did not deserve to die the way she had done so. Sunday, May 17, Eulogy for Ophelia. Ophelia was a woman who deserved more. The person who adored her most though, was Hamlet.
Beautifully done in form and craft! I like that you changed the typeface and included a picture of her, but your words are also thoughtful and well-chosen. Monday, May 18, Ophelia's Eulogy. Dearest Ophelia Not only today, but forever Her death is not important and as valuable as the life she lived. A daughter and sister first, friend and acquaintance second. She was survived by a loyal man, Polonius.
I really like how you wrote this from Hamlet's point of view. It was so nice. It doesn't matter what time period people lived in, relationships can always be related to each other. Many people go through the same things. I think this is how Hamlet felt.