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I like how you analyzed the way that Shakespeare uses women throughout Hamlet, and that you were able to draw conclusions on the way that women were portrayed in the time based off of the play. You used good examples to back up what your conclusion, which was that women were weak in this particular Shakespeare work. However, I feel like you were drawing your own conclusions on Hamlet rather than analyzing the essays. You probably could have at least used some of the evidence from the analytical essays about Hamlet to back up your point that Shakespeare’s women are extremely weak. You used very good quotes from the work itself (“frailty, thy name is woman”); however, you didn’t include any of the essays or anything that we talked about in class in your blog. Overall, I really enjoyed your point that women appear throughout the play, but they have little overall effect on what goes on around them.

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there are many things that point to shakespeare viewing women as weak, fragile, and less equal compared to men. there's the way he all the omen in Hamlet living up to these viewsn, and how all the other male characters relate tot the women in Hamlet like this. There's the way in other plays of his, that he has strong women, but he also has them made out to have somethign wrong with them, so that they need to be "fixed." Thjere's thew point that Shakespeare was so smart, that it worked against him, as well as with him. An d lastly there is also the common fact that all writers, no matter how hard they try not to, capture a piece of themselves int heir work. With all these things leanig towards shakpeseare viewing women inadequately, it is pretty clear that he does. Since facts about shakespeare's past are pretty foggy, we may never know ehy. It could hvae been his expoeriences with women, or how society treated and thought of womean at that time. The point is, that no matter what caused him to feel that way, Shakespeare did think of women as weak, and fragile, and this clearly showed in his work.

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