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Discussion for A Midsummer Night’s Dream #1 Clearly identify one thought from the play related to larger societal and/or political issues or problems. Explain and support your choice with three specific examples from the play. A Midsummer Night’s Dream dives into the idea of love and the journey it takes you. For example, there is a magic love juice that causes characters to fall in and out of love. Also, there were many characters that fall in love with people that they “weren’t supposed to” which is something that many people experience. Even in the beginning of the play, Egeus tries to force his daughter to marry Demetrius even though Hermia is in love with Lysander. There were a lot of damaged relationships throughout the play as Shakespeare suggests how love is not always easy and how sometimes it is a force that you cannot control. Love can make people foolish, and it can ruin friendships like it did in the play when the characters fought over each other.
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