Essay On Lysander's Love For Hermia Is True Or True

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Lysander’s love for hermia is true and real, i will provide facts and evidence to prove his love is as true and as real as it can be. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream By William Shakespeare. Lysander’s love for Hermia is real and true. What is true love? How can you tell if love is true? I will prove that Lysander truly loves Hermia and provide facts and quoted evidence. Love how can you tell if its true love, fake love, or just an acted. Love Is truly true if both people feel the same way. If Lysander loves Hermia he would stay her and not leave her. You need space in love, sometimes it’s not okay to be up in your Lovers business. If your in a relationship and you lover says they need space give it to them don’t get involved if they don’t want …show more content…
Untrusting love can be were lover doesn’t trust you, and needs to know where you are at all times and needs to know who and why you talk to certain people.Lysander is trustful in his relationship with Hermia. When Hermia is told to marry Demetrius, ever see another man again or die. Lysander puts his faith in her to make a decision. “So will I grow, so live, so die, my lord, Ere I will yield my virgin patent up Unto his lordship, whose unwishèd yoke My soul consents not to give sovereignty” (Shakespeare 4). Hermia would rather never be around men again and slowly die a virgin than give her virginity to a man she does not love. Lysander trust in Hermia to make a decision, then once she said she wouldn’t give her virginity to Demetrius even if she would be killed. He stepped in and told Theseus that he is the better man because he truly loves Hermia and is on the same status as Demetrius “I am, my lord, as well derived as he, As well possessed. My love is more than his. My fortunes every way as fairly ranked, (If not with vantage) as Demetrius'. And—which is more than all these boasts can be— I am beloved of beauteous Hermia. Why should not I then prosecute my right? Demetrius, I’ll avouch it to his head, Made love to Nedar’s daughter, Helena, And won her soul. And she, sweet lady, dotes, Devoutly dotes, dotes in idolatry Upon this spotted and inconstant man” (Shakespeare 4). When Lysander states the reasons why he should be able to marry Hermia he tells about what demetrius has done and how he has taken another noble man’s daughters virginity and didn’t commit to their relationship. Lysander also states that if he has Hermia’s love and he is on the same status as Demetrius he should be able to marry her. Lysander is committed to Hermia and will try his hardest to prevent her from marrying a man she doesn’t want to

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