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    for most, it is especially difficult for our characters in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Although Shakespeare shows multiple relationships throughout the play, he forgot to mention that most are violent and toxic. Relationships are never supposed to be perfect, but they are not supposed to be toxic either. Each of our characters either has a lover they cannot have or a parent that doesn’t accept. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s play was considered it to be an erotic and violent piece of…

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    strengthens the bond that two people share. These challenges can come from a forbidden romance, financial hardship, health issues, the economy, jealousy, or any number of sources. Shakespeare alludes to these, challenges in his play, A Midsummer Night 's Dream. Hermia and Lysander, two of the main characters, are forbidden from marrying and must run away into the forest to be together. In the midst of this obstacle, Lysander admits, “The course of true love never did run smooth” (MND. 1.1.136).…

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    A Midsummer Night’s Dream portrays people in love by showing all strengths and weaknesses of being in love with somebody. Just because you are in love with someone does not mean that they will be in love with you. A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare, a romance fantasy, explains how love is a very difficult emotion to deal with in life but if you are in love with the right person it may be easier. Falling in love becomes so much harder when you are forced to fall in love with a…

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    Should women have equal power as men in the play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream? There are 3 relationships in this play that show that men have more power than women, Egeus and Hermia, Demetrius and Helena, Titania and Oberon. In the play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare, men have all the power over women. First, Egeus and has power over Hermia because he wants Hermia to listen to everything he says. Egeus wants Hermia to marry a guy of his choice which is Demetrius but she wants to…

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    Order and chaos have been popular literary elements in all types of literature throughout history. In Shakespeare’s, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, order and chaos play important roles in all the acts of the play. The backgrounds and locations of the play reflect these different themes in various ways. Additionally, the characters are very representative of control and anarchy. Moreover, the actions of the characters are also mediums with which Shakespeare conveys these two important aspects of the…

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    During the performance of the play Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare, the main theme that I observed while watching the drama was that Puck who is a fairy, and he is naughty character. He had the ability to create conflicts in the production. The control of magic was powerful throughout the play because it was a key element of the symbolizing love, and tragedy. Puck uses a potion to hypnotize the lovers because he wanted to stop them from fighting, and the effect of the potion was…

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    A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of William Shakespeare’s most beloved plays, which mixes both romance and comedy. It has a very dense plot with various moments of comic relief. In Shakespeare’s play, however, there are many different types of love; some of which hinder the main plot and cause conflict while some help resolve the dilemmas within the play. An example of parental love - which is not very common throughout the play, is Egeus’s love for Hermia. Even though it seems as he is forcing…

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    The “Green World” is best used in A Midsummer Night 's Dream, the fairy magic (magic that is found in a “Green World’) is linked to the wonder and development of love. Love, as Shakespeare seems to describe it to be, is an enchanting and magical conversion that can be said as in the saying "beauty is in the eye of the beholder”. When the characters fall in love with others than who they are supposed to be in love with, the setting takes place in the Green World (aka the forest) it is caused by…

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    In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the hardship of love is the love triangle among the four young Athenians: Hermia loves Lysander, Lysander loves Hermia, Helena loves Demetrius, and Demetrius loves Hermia instead of Helena. The first major obstacle Hermia and Lysander face is Hermia’s father, Egeus, who wants her to marry Demetrius instead of Lysander (1.1.22-45). Duke Theseus is the ultimate law in Athens. Egeus says to Theseus, he has the right under Athenian Law to decide Hermia's fate. “I beg…

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    Part One: Why I Wanted Control Aranged marrige is something every woman in thw 16th cantruy has to go through. The marrige is decided by our fathers who believe that we are just there property. I, Hermia, was in love with Lysaner and I wanted to marry him. The only problem is that Egeus, my dad, chose Demetrius to marry me since he liked me well, Helena, my best friend, loved Demtrius. It is a very large and complicated situation. Our stituation was almost a love triangle: Lysander and I…

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