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    play, Bottom was participating in the production of “Pyramus and Thisbe”, he wants to be the star of the show and in the end, he acts as the lead of the play, Pyramus. At the beginning of this story Puck turned Bottom into a donkey, even though he didn’t know it. In the conclusion of the story, Puck turns Bottom back into a human, “Robin (removing the ass-head from Bottom)” (stage direction after 4.1.85). Once Bottom woke up on the last morning, he was able to find his way out of the forest and…

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    Midsummer Night’s Dream Control People often like to control people to get some sort of advantage and superiority over others, but that usually ends up causing complications. This is what happens throughout the whole play A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare. Control is something that almost every character in this play wants, but this is only short-term. When one character tries to control another, it always ends up back where it was in the beginning and doesn’t work out. In the…

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    stereotypically small and inconspicuous. Oberon can also be seen to be a mischievous character as he plays a cruel trick on Titania by causing her to fall in love with an ‘ass’s head’. This can also be linked to the character of Robin Goodfellow, or Puck as…

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    Words that rhyme sound alike and in unison, therefore, rhymes represent unity and couples. Interestingly, Oberon only rhymes when he is using the potion to pair people up. In fact, the first instance in which Oberon rhymes is when he uses rhyme to tell Puck of his plan to make Titania fall in love with a beast. In continuation, he also uses rhyme when he couples Demetrius and Helena as well as when he reverses Puck’s mistake. When he reverses the spell on Lysander, Lysander goes back to loving…

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    Introduction In William Shakespeare’s play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the theme of love is a central part to the play. When separating the play into the three separate worlds in which it portrays: the Social world, the Green world as well as the world represented by the lower class workers, the norms regarding love as well as dreams differ within worlds. With reference to the extract of Lysander and Hermia given as a key example of what goes wrong within the green world, as well as with…

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    Williams Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream presents situations and perfect examples of how difficult and wonderful the experiences of love can be. The play shows how love can affect emotions, decisions, and behavior, depending on the type of love that is expressed. Brilliantly displayed, Hermia, Lysander, Demetrius, Titania, Egeus, and Bottom show examples of passionate, magical, and parental love through changing emotions and behavior throughout the play. The first type of love…

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    1). This shows that because Oberon tries to control the actions of the athenian lovers, there are bad consequences. From the beginning the Athenian lovers have been portrayed as silly and foolish. Even with the interference of Puck they are still shown to be this way. Puck says, “Lord, what fools these mortals be!” (3.2). This shows that controlling another's actions doesn’t always work. However if you analyze this play deeply you will see that Shakespeare does show that you can control others.…

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    love for Titania and worries upon the mortal world. But other times he is a savage, ruthless, power-hungry, jealous, womanizer, and a typical macho man from the time of Shakespeare – 16th century. One example is that he abuses from his power asking puck to walk around tricking and disturbing people, and they laugh and laugh of their disgrace. Another aspect, that proves Oberon’s no commitment with Titania, is the fact he was within some dates while married, what was common during Renascence…

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    A Midsummer Night’s Dream In the play “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Shakespeare, the characters experience very strange happenings when the venture into the woods. One man experienced having the queen of the fairies fall in love with him leading to having her servant fairies wait on him treating him like royalty while he had an ass’ head. Meanwhile four loves found themselves becoming tangled in a very confused and oddly shaped love triangle. With the many occurrences of dreaming combined with…

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    window to the soul and this dream could be a window into the audience's soul as well as shakespeare's personal experiences and beliefs. This magical insanity is seen through the dream as there is envy, lies, trickery and foolishness set into action by Puck as he is the root of many problems. His narration is much like one's…

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