A Midsummer Night's Dream Essay | Student Essay

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Love and Confusion in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

Summary: In William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," dreams and reality--and the confusion between them--is a key theme. Includes a plot summary of the play.
I have chosen to write an essay on `A Midsummer Night's Dream' by William Shakespeare. Many themes are contained within the play, however, the ones that interested me most were love and confusion. Dreams, reality and the thin line between each of these also play a huge part throughout the play.

The play portrays a feeling of two different worlds. Athens is a harsh, realistic and lawful place. Where we are introduced to characters such as Egeus and Theseus. Both of these males are conveyed to be uncompromising and stern.

Egeus wishes his daughter to marry Demetrius, however, she appears to be in love with Lysander, whom her father does not see as fit for marriage. If she refuses to follow her father's wishes, he threatens her with the fate of life in a convent, or death.

"Either to die the death...

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