Laertes 'Value Of Family In Shakespeare's Play'

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How Laertes gives advice to Ophelia shows that he is fearful of his sister not taking his advice seriously or taking it all. Laertes value for his family is why he gives up his own morals later on in the play. For Laertes, it is more important to uphold the value of family rather than he having morals. Laertes keeps the value of family in any of the actions that he does. His value of family is evident when he wants to get revenge for his father. He has no sense of morality in his actions, he continues his life with only the goal of restoring his family.