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    Introduction There are various types of love portrayed in the writings of William Shakespeare in the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream. There are several forms of love depicted in the play, including parental love, forced love, romantic love, as well as jealousy to name a few. Early in the play, the character Lysander says, “The course of true love never did run smooth” (1.1.134), this theme carries through the remaining scenes of the play as various sets of characters undergo a series of trials…

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    Shakespeare’s Puck has the reputation of being the master of wickedness among the other fairies, what is most memorable image of A Midsummer Night’s Dream’s Puck. Both, folk Pooka and Puck, are presented as mischievous, deceitful creatures. The English Pooka was a respected and feared fairy. But merry Shakespeare’s Puck seems to stay against the pivotal, evil reputation of his kind that was rooted in tradition, and…

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    story, there becomes responsibilities and pressure put on the protagonist (Protagonist- Examples and Definition of Protagonist). In “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Puck and Hermia are the main characters. Puck meets most all of the “duties” that the protagonist in a story. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Puck is a very powerful creature. With Puck being an elf or goblin, he enjoys playing practical jokes on mortals; however, his name can also align with some sort of demon. Perhaps it isn’t…

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    prankster. Life without these funny people would be bland and dull. In a way, Puck lightens up "A Midsummer Night's Dream (MND)." Puck's funny actions make the reader laugh. Without Puck, MND would be bland and definitely boring. It is a fact universally acknowledged that people enjoy laughing. Puck's funny spirit invigorates the reader's soul and makes reading MND a much more enjoyable experience. Puck shows absolutely no remorse for his actions. This is quite funny because he…

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    waiting on Oberon. Puck came in through a high window not casually walking through the forest either. The fairies are very interested…

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    fairies, a mischievous servant, a group of star crossed lovers, and some disorderly rude mechanicals. Oberon, the fairy king, and his wife Titania get into a spat over who is to take possession over a small changeling child. Instructed by Oberon, Puck, Oberon’s jester, goes out and messes with the rude mechanicals as well as the lovers. Everything that occurs in the woods is a result of rampant…

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    both “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (“Dream”) and “The Tempest” (“Tempest”), Shakespeare aims to show the difference between the two kings of his plays. Oberon and Prospero contribute largely to the events that occur in both comedies- Oberon instructs Puck to create the love potion in “Dream” and Prospero got Ariel to help him capsize the ship the Duke of Milan, is on in “Tempest”. Inevitably, readers will compare the similarities and differences they have because of the same role they are given in…

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    Hermia And Lysander

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    Athens to get married. Helena betrays Demetrius, Hermia, and Lysanders secret plans. All four lovers end up in the woods. Demetrius being cruel to Helena leads Oberon to use the "love in idleness flower" on Demetrius. The climax in the story is when Puck accidentally places the love potion in Demetrius's eyes. This makes him fall in love with Helena. Helena questions their motives. Hermia and Helena argue over Lysander and both boys protect Helena. Helena runs tot he woods while Demetrius and…

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    problems. Despite this, we can look at the novel in a different way. To give an illustration, take the case when Oberon orders Puck to get the enchanted flower and pours its juice on Titania’s eyes, or when after overhearing on Helena and Demetrius’s argument, he orders Puck to pour the rest of its juice on Demetrius so he can fall in love with Helena.Once Oberon realizes Puck puts the juice in the wrong person’s eyes. Because of this, the four lovers start to fight due to him being…

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    the situation so that Helena gets her love, Lysander and Hermia stay together, and he can teach Titania a lesson on how to be a submissive and adoring wife. However, just as the laborers' play turns a tragic drama into a comedy, so does Oberon's when Puck accidentally puts the love-potion on the eyes of the wrong man. And yet Oberon's play also serves a counter purpose to the laborers' play. While the laborers' awful performance seems to suggest the limit of the theater, Oberon's play (or the…

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