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- Thus, love can be a problem. One solution to this would be for Lysander to challenge Demetrius to a duel, as was a custom in Shakespeare?s days. If Lysander won, then he and Hermia would no longer have to worry about him, and they could be wed.
- William Shakespeare seems to have created the character of Puck from his own childhood. In Shakespeare?s time it was believed that fairies and little people did exist. Whenever something went wrong around the farmyard or house or village, incidents such as buckets of milk ?accidentally? spilling over, or tools suddenly disappearing, or doors opening for no reason, it was blamed on ?those damn little people!?.
- They have no reason to be in love with each other, but yet have hopelessly fallen so. This is Shakespeare^s symbol of ultimate innocence. However, often with innocence comes abuse of that quality, as in A Midsummer Night^s Dream. Egeus, Hermia^s father, feels that Hermia is too innocent to choose her own husband, and that it is his place to choose one for her.
- The human struggle to suppress its unrestrained and irrational tendencies, still being undertaken today, discourages the ?civilized? man from making rash and foolish actions. Thus every action should have a sound and logical purpose, based on the social norms.
- In A Midsummer Night?s Dream, Shakespeare uses the green world and its inhabitants as a symbol of imagination. The characters flee from reality to escape the laws that govern everyday life in Athens. The importance of imagination reveals itself when the constraints of everyday life are lost in this realm.
- In the play the fantasy world and real world exist apart from each other, never meeting at any point. Theinabitants of the fairy world are unreal in the sense that they lack feelings and intelligence. The dream world, beyond mortal’s comprehension, strongly influences the entire realm of ordinary life.
- Everywhere in the play, Helena plays the victim of Demetrius? apathy. We find pity for poor Helena when she finally catches up to Demetrius in the forest and says ?I?ll follow thee and make a heaven of hell, to die upon the hand I love so well? (33 ).
- I think the play A Midsummer Nights Dream reflects deep truths about love and relationships. In Norrie Epstiens essay there were many good points. Most of them were about how all the chatacters were interchangable and how they fell in love. Her most important point was how love becomes a spell.
- The father of the girl would choose a suitor for her (usually being the wealthiest man available) and she was expected to marry him. In theatre, men would play the part of women. The Elizabethans strongly believed in the supernatural. Few aspects of sixteenth century life were not affected by the belief of witchcraft.
- Theseus’ and Hippolyta’s wedding provide a frame for the royalty because they are the royalty. Because weddings are a sort of theme for this story the young lovers, who just want to marry the person they love, are seeking a marriage also. The mechanicals are making a play to present to the royalty, Theseus’ and Hippolita.
- “why do they run away? This is a knavery of them to make me afeard.”(3.1.99) This is a quote from the Shakespearean play “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” In this quote, the speaker, bottom, is wondering why everyone is afraid of him. He doesn t realize that as a practical joke, a trickster Puck, has put an ass head on his shoulders as a joke.
- The word oxymoron comes from the Greek meaning “pointedly foolish.” Pointedly foolish certainly applies to the mechanicals, whose ignorance provides the root of all their comedy in the play. For example, Quince refers to the play of Pyramus and Thisbe as “the most lamentable comedy.
- 1.1 3- 5).? After the shot, the person wouldn?t know what hit them. He intertwines this thought with the concept that one falls in love after looking in another?s eyes. After missing a shot, one of Cupid?s arrows hit a flower, tainting it with his powers to make people fall in love.
- Love is a timeless topic. It will forever be the theme of popular entertainment and source of confusion for men and women alike. No one understands this better than William Shakespeare, and he frequently explores this complex emotion in his writing of great works.
- It is easy to perceive how he is distracted from the one he loves Hermia because of Helenas hard headed actions in the beginning. He could be a gentle loving man if he truly desired, but he takes satisfaction being put in his place by others.
- This play reaction is written about William Shakespeare?s A Midsummer Night?s Dream. The play is a comedy and it was copyrighted in 1974, it was published by the Houghton Mifflin Company. In this particular book the play starts on page and ends on 246.
- In Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” the mortal teenage characters fall in love foolishly, and the character Bottom states, “O what fools these mortals be”. They are foolish because they act like children. Although Lysander, Hermia, Demetrius, and Helena appear grown-up, when they are in love they act foolishly.
- "Both on one sampler, sitting on one cushion, Both warbling of one song, both in one key," (Act 3, Scene , Lines 05 – 0 )To some people, Helena and Hermia became the same person, saying the same things, thinking the same thoughts and having the same morals and principles.
- Undeniable similarities can be drawn between two Shakespearean masterpieces, “A Midsummer-Night’s Dream” and “Romeo and Juliet”. These similarities involve themes and classical Shakespearean character types. Both plays have a distinct pair of lovers, the confused couple, Hermia and Lysander, and the romantic couple, Romeo and Juliet.
- The fairies try to change the future of the lovers for the better throughout the play. The fairies provide the machinery for the play by trying to change the feelings of the young lovers and make everyone happy.