What are some character traits for ophelia?


What are some character traits for ophelia? What is her strongets personal quality?

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    Assuming you are talking about Ophelia from Shakespeare's Hamlet, here is my answer:

    Some of her character traits:

    She does not have a strong personality, she is

    childlike , and naive, Innocent, and pure, very loyal to her family,obedient.


    Although she loves Hamlet despise his cruelty, she obeys her

    father when he tells her should see Hamlet no more.

    Although se suffers intensively, she is not capable of defending herself,

    and can not cope with the tragic events that unfold before her and

    not being strong personality she goes insane.

    Her innocence works against herself , she is the incorrupt and virtuous woman

    ( even if Hamlet does not think so!)

    Her strongest personal quality is her honesty.

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  • Norma
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    4 years ago

    Ophelia - Polonius’s daughter, a beautiful young woman with whom Hamlet has been in love. Ophelia is a sweet and innocent young girl, who obeys her father and her brother, Laertes. Dependent on men to tell her how to behave, she gives in to Polonius’s schemes to spy on Hamlet. Even in her lapse into madness and death, she remains maidenly, singing songs about flowers and finally drowning in the river amid the flower garlands she had gathered.

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    4 years ago

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    Despondent, hopeless, sad, delusional...

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