Ophelia's Flowers

February 13, 2009
By Megan Waterman, Glen Carbon, Illinois
Megan Waterman, Glen Carbon, Illinois
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In a scene from Hamlet by William Shakespeare, Ophelia contemplates her suicide.


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on Aug. 29 2012 at 9:55 pm
JulianaLee BRONZE, Poway, California
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Favorite Quote:
"Ever since the days of Eden
Apples have been man's desire.
How overjoyed I am to think, sir,
Apples grow, too, in my garden."
― Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Faust

Just bear in mind that it was only the cleric who suggested that Ophelia killed herself.  All of the other living characters in the book thought differently.  This is lovely, though.  The dress complements the girl's hair beautifully, and you are very fortunate have access to such woods.  Some running water or a prominent tree branch would probably make the reference more obvious.  I look forward to viewing more of your work.

on Aug. 16 2010 at 12:18 pm
kiwi12 PLATINUM, Austin, Texas
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simple and pretty. I have to say, shakespeare did not first come to mind when i saw this picture.


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