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- What is the cause of Ophelia's madness and demise? (Feminist, Psychoanalytic)
- What is and what is the cause of Hamlet's internal conflict? (Psychanalytic/Historical)
- Can politics be honest? (Historical/Social Justice)
- How does Hamlet's conception of what an ideal family looks like affect his relationship with his mother? (Psychoanalytic/Structuralist)
- What is significant about and of what value is Shakespeare's portrayal of women? (Psychoanalytic/Historical)
- How does the play's presentation of death, rot, the impermanence of life, and the life cycle affect Hamlet's understanding of his role and obligations in life? (Religious [Ecclesiastes (All is Vanity)]/Existentialist)
- How do Hamlet's soliloquies reflect his grappling with the uncertainty of his moral freedom? (Existential (Satre))
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