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Ownership And Control In Love Essay

440 words - 2 pages

Ownership and control in love play a big role in the play. Many characters in the play feel they have the right to love a certain person or own a certain person. Egius believes that he owns Hermia and she should get married to the person of his desire. Although Hermia does not love Demetrius she is to get married to him, because he is the man whom her father has chosen. It is law that the father can have his daughter marry anyone he wants; in essence he is deciding whom Hermia loves. Demetrius loves ...view middle of the document...

In the fairly land, fairy's have the power to get anyone to fall in love. Puck and Oberon mess with a lot of peoples true desires by putting a spell on them and making them fall in love with people who they don't really love. Oberon controlled the love between Titania and the ass, because he had put a spell on Titania to fall in love with the first vile thing she sees. The love between Helena and Demetrius was also controlled, because Demetrius did not really love Helena, a spell was put on him so that he falls in love with Helena. Finally the love between Oberon and Titania was also a controlled love, a spell was put on Titania to fall in love with Oberon even though he wanted the Indian boy. The outcome of the story was greatly affected by control and ownership in love. Control and ownership in love helped make a good ending, because if it wasn't for this type of love the conflict between Demetrius, Lysander and Hermia would have been ongoing. Oberon and Titania would have continued arguing over the Indian Boy.I got 56 on this but im in grade 12 people in grade 10 or less might get a higher mark

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