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Marc Fundamentals of British Lit The play speaks to the irrational nature of love. The interrelationship dynamics of the play demonstrate the folly nature of love and the tension it creates between lovers and others. Sometimes love creates violence, revenge, or illogical behavior. Robin’s epilogue explains that the play is just to tell the audience that the play is not reality and it is just a dream.
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Unformatted text preview: Love can also be interpreted as a reality existing outside of the world normal people inhabit and we all interpret things the way that we wish to see them. Love falls under the category of a mental construction or interpretation of how people constantly recreate reality and how different people see reality and recreate their own reality. Love is a creation of the mind....
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