Analysis Of ' The Night Dream ' Essay

1032 Words Nov 24th, 2015 5 Pages
Greed: a selfish desire to have more of something. Money is the root of all evil, but greed is the stem for such root. Such an evil plant will only yield a bitter fruit. Or the other way to name the fruit is repercussion. This ideology could be applied in the tale Midsummers night dream. Midsummers night dream is a tale of four lovers being subjected to physical, emotional, and judicial constraints. Amusingly true love can drive a person insane. It is insane enough to make tough decisions like eloping within minutes. The four lovers are Athenian upper class-Lysander, Hermia, Demetrius and Helena. Lysander and Hermia are the true lovers that decide to elope. Unfortunately, their adventure is intervened by Demetrius, he is in love with Hermia and has gained her father 's favor as her spouse. The whole eloping scenario heats up to an extent that the king of the fairies-Oberon was the audience. Oberon feeling sorry for Helena tries helping out by ordering puck (his servant) to enchant Demetrius-Helena 's love into loving her back. Sadly it worsens the whole scenario. After analyzing the tale, it could be understood that personality traits could bring that person from bad to worse situations. Puck would be blamed, as he was the one to enchant the Athenians. But if critically thought, Demetrius should be blamed. His crudeness and obduracy are shown mainly in three situations. One, the clash between Hermia and her father. Second, Demetrius ' pursuit for eloping Hermia 's fervor.…

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