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    The True Love of Lysander In the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare, two points of view on love exist and clash regularly throughout the play. There are those who believe in forced love, and there are those who believe in true love. One of the four young lovers in this play, Lysander believes in true love. Readers are able to see this through his actions but also his words throughout. The very first scene in Act I is very revealing about Lysander’s character because he is…

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    In this irrational play, Robin Good fellow is asked to rub a special type of flower on Demetrius’ eyes so that he would fall in love with the next thing that he sees, hoping that he would start to woo Helena. Since Oberon gave Robin such vague details of who the boy was, Robin accidently applies the flower onto Lysander’s eyes, causing him to rapidly fall in love with Helena instead of Hermia. This accident also follows one of the main themes of the play which is the course of love never did run…

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    Love is the Quest Not every love story has a clear, sunset beginning, but that’s how it one should end. Also, not everyone will agree with your love decisions and try to put blocks in your way. When this occurs, we have what’s called tunnel vision and our eyes are only set on the prize. Hints the question: What is everyone after? In the play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare this play has a lot of different branches leading in many directions but they all lead back to the…

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    This essay is about the similarities and differences between some Norse myth stories and the BBC videos. They essay will talk about a specific video and the story it relates to. One story is "Apples of Iduna." Another is "Freya and the Goblins." Those are just two of the stories. I will compare and contrast three the stories. The first story I will compare and contrast is “Freya’s Wonderful Necklace.” In the story, it doesn't say that Freya is being punished for getting the necklace…

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    Pan's Labyrinth

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    The movie Pan’s labyrinth is a beautiful film directed by the one and only Guillermo Del Toro. He is also a screen writer, producer, and novelist. Del Toro has alternated between Spanish language dark fantasies, such as the supernatural horror film “The devil’s backbone” in 2001 and “Pan’s labyrinth” in 2006. Pan’s labyrinth morphs from a fantasy world to a horrific reality throughout the movie to effectively make a film that convey the value of imagination. Imagination is one of the most…

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    The speaker of Gascoigne’s For That He Looked Not Upon Her is conflicted due to his feelings toward the object of his love. He is in love with this unnamed woman, yet he appears to avoid her at all costs. Throughout the poem, the speaker’s attitude towards the woman and love constantly changes. The woman is presented as a beautiful woman. “Gleams” (4) appear on her face, which makes her glow. She radiates beauty so the speaker is automatically draws in the speaker. His attraction to her is as…

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    The hysterical tale of two moronic kidnappers and one terror of a child will make baby- sitters everywhere quiver and potential kidnappers reconsider. O.Henry’s short story “The Ransom of Red Chief “ is a high caliber comedy that utilizes irony and allusions to convey the conception that although it is not what seems most favorable, a sense of justice will play into everything we do. The irony in the story is very unexpected, making it even more hysterical, but at the same time making the reader…

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    Waltz of the Wallflowers This is a free verse poem written in the poetry sweatshop method. I opened a dictionary to a random page, which contained words that began with “wa,” including waltz, wallop, wallow, wallflower, wallpaper, wamble, waning, and wander, which I used to create the poem. As this method is meant to create alliteration, I extended it to include other words beginning with W, such as whispers, wary, and wassailers, as well as alliteration with T sounds in the sixth line, with…

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    play, Midsummer Night’s Dream, the chracter known as Robin Goodfellow AKA Puck is, against all odds, is the most powerful character in the play. There is no one who has more power and influence than little Puck. Puck is a mischeivous little fellow, and he does indeed find a way to strike fear into people’s hearts, while still being a great guy who is loved throughout the land. Oddly enough, but the fun-sized fairy of Puck is, in fact, feared by the society in Midsummer Night’s Dream,…

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    Romeo and Juliet Identity Crushes Shakespeare uses both romantic crushes and identity crushes in plays. These romantic crushes and identity crushes are shown multiple times through Romeo and Juliet. Most examples of these crushes are shown mainly through large events in the plays. Examples of such would be Romeo and Juliet dying as a result of their love and Friar Lawrence telling Juliet to take a poison and she does so because she looks up to Friar Lawrence. Identity crushes and romantic…

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