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The Use of Magic in A Midsummer Night's Dream

Summary: Discusses the use of magic in William Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer Nights Dream. Explores how Shakespeare uses the element of magic to create conflict and a mysterious, mystical atmosphere. Reveals how magic also helps bring the plot to a happy conclusion.
In Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream the element of magic contributes a great deal to create major conflict, but also to create love and fun for the lovers. Shakespeare uses this element to make the play into a comical romantic story. Magic creates a mysterious and mystical atmosphere, which is appealing and exciting to read.

The element of magic creates two very diverse roles in the play, the first being conflict. The use of magic by Robin Goodfellow, Oberon, and Titania creates nothing but chaos and confusion for all the lovers. When Oberon gives Robin Goodfellow the orders to drop the flower juice in Demetruis's eyes, he mistakes Lysander for Demetrius and Lysander falls in love with Helena. This causes great confusion and conflict because Lysander was so deeply in love with Hermia when he had fallen asleep. Hermia does...

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