Conflict And Resolution Of William Shakespeare 's A Midsummer Night 's Dream

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Alejo Vallega ENGR 2F-09 Mrs.Forbes June. 10, 2016 Conflict and Resolution All great relationships have conflicts at one point which are overcome if you truly love one another. In William Shakespeare’s play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, he presents the audience with different pairs who have individual conflicts and resolutions. Helena and Demetrius both share different perspectives; where Helena loves Demetrius although he does not. Lysander and Hermia cannot marry due to Hermia’s father, Egeus. Lastly, Oberon and Titania who argue over a little Indian boy. These main couples of William Shakespeare’s play all have their own individual conflicts, although worse conflicts arise between the couples because of Oberon and Titania’s problem. With just a simple flower (Love-in-idleness) can cause many problems; new love is obtained and old love is lost. Oberon and Titania are the origin of the huge conflict between each couple. They begin with a small argument between each other because of a little changeling boy; which later then affects other couples. Oberon determines a sufficient plan to convince her to give the boy to him. “I’ll watch Titania when she is asleep/And drop the liquor of it in her eyes …/I’ll make her render up her page to me.” (2.1.176-85). Titania wakes up and sees Bottom with a donkey as a head. She is very much in love with Bottom that she did not care for the boy anymore and gave him up. “I then did ask of her her changeling child/Which straight she gave me

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