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Themes in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

Summary: William Shakespear's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is full of emotion and passion. Its themes include magic, dreams, and love.
A Midsummer Night's Dream, written by William Shakespeare is full of emotions and passion. This novel/play thrives on themes like magic, dreams, and most obvious love. Without these themes the play would not have the same affect on people as it has.

The fairies use the first theme of magic, which brings out many of the weirdest and most hilarious situations in the play. Which is essential in the play. Shakespeare uses magic both to show the almost odd effects of love, which is shown by the love potion and to create an unreal and dreamy world. Although the confusion of the magpie creates chaos, when Puck accidentally places the love potion in Leander's eyelids, the play survives on the mistakes of Puck and the potion.

Secondly, dreams are a very important theme in this play. They are linked to the bizarre, magical...

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