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Is Magic in Our Lives?

Summary: An essay about William Shakespeare's use of magic in "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
Magic, witches, sorcery, demons, devils, fairies, and all immortal beings who have a sense of higher belonging are all things that little boys and girls imagine and dream about, but not adults. Adults have mortgages, insurance bills, and other "big responsibilities", and have no time for such childish and trivial ideas like fairies, or magic and witches. Shakespeare thinks that these adults need to be reminded of these beings. They need to remember that the immortal beings are watching! Quite often they're doing more than just watching; in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream the young Athenian lovers all know who they have and don't have undying loves for, however their conscious decisions are played with by the magic that the immortal fairies possess. Shakespeare uses the magic and the fairies to show the idea of higher forces playing roles in people's lives without the people ever...

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