How does Gertrude’s reaction advance the plot of the play? by introducing her maternal kindness toward Ophelia by resolving readers’ concerns about Ophelia’s madness by reaching a height of conflict as Gertrude decides to punish Ophelia by suggesting that Ophelia’s madness is a sign of greater troubles
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