Hamlet and his mother
In Shakespeare ¡ ¦s play of Hamlet, we are under the impression that Hamlet is emotionally suffering with his troubled relationship with his mother, Gertrude. His relationship with Gertrude clearly inhibits him at various points in the play, and exhibits a variety of emotions. This is evidenced by, among other things his false sense of womanhood in the play. Hamlet views his mother as both weak and false, as a consequence, other aspect of Hamlet ¡ ¦s psychology are affected, namely his inability to act on his father ¡ ¦s death.
Hamlet ¡ ¦s view of his mother is first presented in his soliloquy immediately following his con