His actions upon seeing Ophelia right after the ghost story tells that he is leaving her as described by Ophelia
His actions show him giving bidding Ophelia farewell. His succeeding actions show indifference perhaps to hide his emotions of to help Ophelia get over him. He does not mention her in his soliloquy directly for he was talking in general terms. He does mention love and heartaches but such can refer to any other person. He was talking in generalities. He never did mention him after the funeral because he had other concerns more important than lamenting on loves lost. At the funeral he spoke these words:
He merely acts as he is in order that his ways will not be questioned nor will it be banned or forbidden. By doing this he is within the castle walls and is able to observe the King. As they say, “it is good to keep your friends close but even better to keep your enemies closer.”When he was already making comments or observations the King was quick to make provisions to send him to England.
Hamlet had a plan but he and the audience did not expect that it will end as such. Hamlet could not express a well laid plan to the audience for he was acting as a mad man. It is a technique in writing that keeps the audience in suspense as to what are the details of his real plan is or its execution? Even now as we read it, decades after it was written we are still left thinking and speculating. I believe he was not insane as evidenced by the fact that at his death he wanted Horacio to tell his cause and that he did right. He was right.
The first is because these men are below him in rank. This being the case, they are no concern of his. As they say, Royalty and Servants do not mix.” But this is inconsistent with how he treats Rosencrantz and Guildenstern at the earlier part of the play. He calls them,
Another probable reason is that Hamlet was already so engrossed in his present