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What is the best characterization of Ophelia’s response to her father when he demands to know the status of her relationship with Hamlet?
She is an obedient daughter who does not hesitate to confide in her father, and answers him readily and truthfully about her relationship with Hamlet.
She is an obedient daughter, but knowing how officious her father is, she responds coyly to minimize his knowledge of her relationship with Hamlet.
She is a simpleton who lacks the guile to deceive her father about her relationship with Hamlet, and tells him more than she should.
She is secretly disobedient, but pretends to be obedient so that her father does not suspect that she has been misbehaving with Hamlet.
She is sassy and unrepentant about the time she has spent with Hamlet because she is confident that his feelings for her are genuine.