A Midsummer Night's Dream Essay | Love Conquers All

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Love Conquers All

Summary: Essay shows how love conquers all in William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
The only one of four lovers who stays true to her love from the beginning till the end of the story "Midsummer night's dream" by W. Shakespeare, Hermia finds her destiny, her happiness and make all her wishes come true. Overcoming all the difficulties, managing to return the love of Lysander, who were (not by his will) temporary in love with Helena, managing to persuade her father and Theseus to give permission for her marriage, Hermia represents a victory of true love and devotion.

Hermia has only positive thoughts. Even not received a blessing from her father she doesn't blame him, taking all the responsibilities on herself and Lysander. She says: "Edict in destiny, if true lovers/ Have been ever crossed." She believes that her love with Lysander is forever and nobody can ruin it. trying to explain everything to Theseus Hermia says: "So I will grow...

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