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A Midsummer Night's Dream, What's in a Title?

Summary: Analyzes the significance of the title of William Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer Night's Dream. Describes how the title itself is an intricate part of the play. Explores how it sets the tone and conjures up images of the storyline.
A Midsummer Night's Dream is one of the many works by William Shakespeare. The title itself serves as a very important part of the play. It lays out the setting of the story and also the plot. Each word has a specific meaning that either symbolizes or connects to a major theme in the story line. Also the title sets the tone for a magical atmosphere with the use of words like "night" and "dream." It conjures up pictures of supernatural beings and magic. The significance of the title is hidden in the very words midsummer, night and dream.

First let's start with midsummer. The word itself means summer solstice and June twenty first is the date when it takes place. This is significant because midsummer is the setting of the play and also contributes to the plot. There is also reference...

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