Love In A Midsummer Night's Dream Essay

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The dominant theme in 'A midsummer nights dream' is love, which a subject that Shakespeare consistently returns in his comedies. The difficulty of love is shown throughout the play. In TE play, the characters has to deal with jealousy that came along with being in love. The difficulty of love is shown from love being out of balance. Love being out of balance is a romantic situation where difficulties come int he wAy of happiness in a relationship. William shakers 'A Midsummer ?Nights Dream' demonstrates these conflicts with a bit of humour. The four young lover from Athenians have many difficulties with love throught out the story which Her,is loves Lysander and Lysander returns the feelings; Helena loves Demetrious but Demetrious loves Hermia. The two men love in same women, leaving Hermia with no one. William Shakesphere portrays three different types of love forced love, romantic love and complicated love. In the beginnins of the play William Shakesphere has already demonstrated a forced love between Theseus and Hippolyta, the queen of the Amazons. Theseus mentions in act 1 'I wooed thee with my sword', to show that he won her with his sword as in the battle to win her love. In Act 5 scene 1, Yippolyta speaks 'my Theseus', showing that she is in love with him, bit it was not clearly specified wether both these characters…show more content…
The same love potion was applied to Demetrius's eyelids who also falls in love with Helena once he awakes. Bothe of them being in love with Hermia confused Helena and Hermia. It seems that William Shakespeare is trying to construct a sense that love could go around in circles and become complicated, but, yet if one tries to you can succeed in love. Hence, throughout the play of 'A Midsummer Nights Dream' has clearly demonstrated the theme do complicated love which , later all four young lovers get what they wanted. Hermia with Lysander and Helena with

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