Hamlet Questions Chapter Act III, Scene 1: How does Ophelia try to revise the history of their romance

54. How does Ophelia try to revise the history of their romance? Why? How does she reveal herself Polonius’ daughter by her choice of words?
55. How, according to me, does Hamlet turn Ophelia’s question–“Can beauty have
better commerce than with honesty?”–into an insult?
56. What changes in Hamlet’s attitude toward Ophelia after line 115?Why?
57. Give three possible reasons why Hamlet tells Ophelia he never loved her at line 119?
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