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Death Watch Essay

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Love From RevoltA Midsummer Night's Dream is a play which talks about lovers' special and magic experience. At the times go by, this play have some suggest about manipulation of love and its restoration to proper balance. In this play, Hermia against her father Egeus and love with Lysander. Demetrius hate Helena but Helena still loves Demetris. Oberon always quarrels with Titania but he still love with Titania. A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Shakespeare, is a play which reveals love from revolt in the nineteenth century.During the nineteenth century, people always get love from revolt. Hermia against her father Egeus and love with Lysander. Egeus is Hermia's father. He wants Hermia marry with Demetrius because he likes Demetrius more. Hermia already have a lover called ...view middle of the document...

Demetrius hate Helena but Helena still loves Demetris. Helena is a girl who always loves Demetrius, but Demetrius love Hermia more than Helena. At the night when Lysander and Hermia run away, Helena told Demetrius the running plan. Demetrius wants find Hermia back, he starts go into the forest. Helena follow Demetrius also go into forest. Helena's follow makes Demetrius angry, and Demetrius want Helen go away. Helena not afraid of Demetrius, she even wants become Demetrius's dog, and she say: "The more you beat me, I will fawn on you." (A2, S1, L204) When Robin take the magic flower come, the love change position. Robin makes the magic flower juice to Demetrius, and Demetrius starts love with Helena, but Helena think Demetrius is have fun with him. Revolt makes Helena love Demetrius, praise make Helena not believe Demetrius. Revolt happen in Oberon and Titania too.During the nineteenth century, people always get love from revolt. Oberon always quarrels with Titania but he still love with Titania. Oberon is a king, but the queen Titania not listens to his order. Oberon wants the India boy, but Titania not allowed. "Well, go thy way. Thou shalt not from this grove till I torment thee for this injury." (A2, S1, L146 to 147) He uses the magic flower to punish the queen. Oberon uses the magic flower juice make the queen love a man have a donkey head.Then Oberon cancel the magic, the queen feel guilty and she love with Oberon again.A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Shakespeare, is a play which reveals love from revolt in the nineteenth century. In this play, Hermia against her father Egeus and love with Lysander. Demetrius hate Helena but Helena still loves Demetris. Oberon always quarrels with Titania but he still love with Titania. This play show some suggest about manipulation of love and its restoration to proper balance.

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