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Pleasure in A Midsummer Night Dream

Summary: Reveals how William Shakespeare creates pleasure in his play, A Midsummer Night Dream. Describes the use of different motifs, such as magic and reams. Examines Shakespeare's use of comical situations and plot parallels.
Every author, including William Shakespeare, has different techniques to evoke pleasure in the minds of readers. In a Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare uses different motifs, such as the idea of magic to create pleasure and the idea of dreams to establish a fantastical atmosphere for the spectators.

The play is well-loved and fascinating in that Shakespeare creates comical situations by exploring the concept of magic through the symbol of the love potion, which has wreaked havoc on the loves lives of Titania and Bottom and Hermia and Helena. Titania expresses, "I pray thee, gentle mortal, sing again. Mine ear is much enamored of thy note; on the first view, to say, to swear, I love thee." (Act III.I, pg 39, Line 133) The magic of the love potion has turned the lives of Titania and Bottom inside out and upside down. Shakespeare uses the potion...

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