A Midsummer Night's Dream Essay | A Midsummer's Night Dream

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A Midsummer's Night Dream

Summary: Lysander and Demetrius portray the same characteristics in William Shakespeare's play "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Both men are affectionate and competitive, and these characteristics come into play as both fight for Hermia's hand in marriage.
A Midsummer night's Dream Comparison Essay

This comparison essay will explore and state the similarities of Lysander

and Demetruis. (Characters from a midsummer night's dream.) The two men

that will be studied are fighting for Hermia's hand in marriage. But Hermia

heart only belongs to one person and that is Lysander. Lysander and

Demetruis fight for Hermia at the beginning of the play, but the fairies soon

changed that, but the two men still portrayed the same characteristics.

The first characteristic that Lysander and Demetruis have in common is

that they are both affectionate. Lysander shows affection to Hermia. He has

pledged his heart and soul to her. " I am belov'd of beauteous Hermia."

Lysander professes his love to her in front of the Duke. Demetruis no longer

loves Hermia but now loves Helena and confesses his love to her. "And all

the faith, the virtue...

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