A Midsummer Night's Dream Essay | A Midsummer Night's Dream: Love Is Blind

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
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A Midsummer Night's Dream: Love Is Blind

Summary: Discusses the relation of the quote 'love is blind' to William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Nights Dream. Describes how throughout the play, many characters fall in and out of love with one another. They experience ups and downs in their `made-up' relationships.
To say `love is blind' is to feel a strong emotion for someone without them being there. It's overlooking the imperfections about someone and just showing deep compassion and care for them. Throughout the play, many characters fall in and out of love with one another. They experience ups and downs in their `made-up' relationships. The way I look at the play is that love is almost seen as a game. The misunderstood lovers being the players, with a quick roll of the dice and a movement of spaces they are trying to reach the finish. With any game there's a set of rules and in the play seem to overlook the strings attached.

By looking at the play you can see the comical aspect as the actors begin to lose their former emotions for one another. With the placement of the magical...

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