A Midsummer Night's Dream Essay | Trials in Love

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Trials in Love

Summary: Through most of the conflict that takes place in the play "A Midsummer Night's Dream" as a result of the troubles associated with romance, as Shakespeare expressed in a humorous way, one can see how difficult true love can be.

From ancient times to the present, love is the eternal topic that writers think of; the magical power of love covers the whole world with every shades, every flavour, from a pure, romances of the first love to an ardent, passionate love. And what love could become a true love without being challenge? The trails in love is an innevitable factor which makes our love more fascination as you can see in the play " A Midsummer Night's Dream", a rare comedy of Shakespeare, Lysander, a character in the play said "the course of true love never did run smooth." Through most of the conflict in the play which Shakespeare expressed in a humorous way from the troubles of romance, we can see how difficult it is to have a true love.

If you love some one and he or she loves you in return, your love gradually...

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