What kind of conversation do Hamlet and Ophelia have in Act 3? What does Hamlet suggest that Ophelia do? What does he mean when he says to her, "God have given you one face and you make yourselves another" (III.I, 143-145)? Is he suggesting that woman hide behind a 'mask' so to speak and are not as pure and true as they may be perceived to be?
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