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Wadsworth, F. Starting in the second half of the century, Hamlet and Ophelia began to be perceived as embodying typical characteristics of their respective genders, each determined by the newly emerging nationalist ideas.
London: Sage Publications. This notion was developed nearly twenty-five years ago, yet remains highly influential in the social construction of gender roles.