Essay On A Midsummer Night's Dream

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A Midsummer Night's Dream
Love is never easy especially throughout the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Lysander even said, “The course of love never did run smooth”(I.i.134). Lysander is saying that him and Hermia are not the only true lovers who has had troubles. In the play there was a lot of controversy over love. Someone loved another who didn’t love them back, or something happened that changed the lover’s mind about who they currently loved. Throughout the play some love is real and some is not. Mistakes are made, but are eventually fixed. So, Hermia and Lysander are deeply in love. But they are denied the right to be together, because Hermia’s father, Egeus wants Hermia to marry Demetrius. So Hermia is given a choice, marry Demetrius, die, or become a nun. But instead Hermia and Lysander decide to elope. But hermia has doubts about it because she doesn’t want to get
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This is when Lysander and Hermia are going through the woods to get to his aunts. And Helena decided to tell Demetrius that they were eloping, so they were also in the woods looking for them. When Demetrius and Helena were together in the woods Oberon noticed that Demetrius was being very rude to Helena. He was saying that he does not love her and never will. So when puck returned with the love potion Oberon told Puck to give Demetrius the love potion so that when he wakes he will be madly in love with Helena. But Puck cause a lot of problems and he accidently gave the potion to Lysander instead. So when Lysander woke up the first person he saw was Helena, which made him love her instantly. And this cause even more problems. Helena and Hermia ended up fighting. Helena didn’t want to fight with her, and she tried to get the guys to help her. “I pray you, though you mock me, gentlemen, Let her not hurt me: I was never
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