Importance Of Social Harmony In A Midsummer Night's Dream

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"A Midsummer Night 's Dream" is one of the various plays written by William Shakespeare, a notorious playwright. It portrays three groups that are preparing for the wedding of the Duke of Athens, Theseus, and the Amazon Queen, Hippolyta. Throughout the events of the story, the characters prosper with social harmony. Throughout the events of the story, the characters endure destruction. Throughout the events in the story, the characters reestablish social harmony. Throughout the events of a "Midsummer Night 's Dream", the characters experience social harmony in three forms: prosperity, destruction, and regeneration.

Throughout the events of "A Midsummer Night 's Dream", the characters enjoy prosperity. Social Harmony is at its greatest during this time. Lysander and Hermia are getting married, against the wishes of Egeus, Hermia 's father. Customary to Athenian law, a father chooses a husband
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King Oberon becomes aware of his actions and regrets what he is doing to Queen Titania, and returns her to normal. He also returns Lysander to normal but leaves the love potion on Demetrius. Instead of demanding the boy from Titania, King Oberon begs and she reveals how she came in possession of him. The two agree to raise him together. Duke Theseus, Queen Hippolyta, and Egeus stumble upon the Athenian couples. Lysander tells of his plan to run away and marry Hermia. This angers Egeus until Demetrius steps in and proclaims that he no longer loves Hermia and loves Helena. The Duke overrides Egeus 's decision and the two couples are to be married alongside him and Queen Hippolyta. Later on, the craftsmen are about to perform, but Bottom is nowhere in sight. The others admit that they need him, and Nick Bottom reappears. The craftsmen perform a mediocre play but it is well received by the Duke, based on their hard work. Social Harmony is restored between all of the

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