'A Midsummer Night's Dream'

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In the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lysander speaks to his lover Hermia about eloping from Athens instead of her being forced to marry someone she does not love. Lysander expresses his ideas in an overly complicated fashion which is quite difficult to apprehend. However, it can be deciphered with a little bit of work and comprehension. Hermia expresses her concerns for their relationship, how their love story will end like any other and that these problems are all a part of love. Lysander states that Hermia has a good opinion, so she should hear him out. He has a wealthy aunt who is a widow and has no children. She lives around seven leagues or twenty four miles from Athens and considers me to be her only son. Over there he can marry Hermia
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