In this excerpt, hamlet characterizes his mother as

In this excerpt, Hamlet chracterizes his mother as b) fickle. Explanation: In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Gertrude is Prince Hamlet’s mother and the Queen of Denmark. After King Hamlet dies, Gertrude decides to marry his brother, Claudius. Therefore, in this excerpt from the play, Hamlet criticizes his mother for marrying Claudius so hastily after his father’s death and he even describes her as a “weak” woman for doing it. Hamlet questions Gertrude’s commitment to his father and, in that sense, he characterizes her as fickle, that is to say as a person who changes her feelings too suddenly, which makes her unable to be loyal.

(C.) Loyal Explanation: He is loyal “My father’s brother, but no more like my father Than I to Hercules”

Answer 6

The answer is actually B. fickle Explanation:

weak she sold her good husband (hamlet)out Explanation:

fickle Explanation:

Answer 7

the correct answer is fickle

Hamlet characterizes his mother as Fickle

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its b Explanation:

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Answer 6

The answer is actually B. fickle Explanation:

Hamlet characterizes his mother as Fickle

Hamlet characterizes his mother as Fickle

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