By William Shakespeare
Finish your fight with the Bard’s prose and relish his comedy concerning the trials and tribulations of affection. Shakespeare at the Double! A Midsummer Night’s Dream comprises an easy-to-understand sleek English translation along the unique Shakespearian textual content that you should learn purely the interpretation, learn the interpretation with the unique textual content, or take on the unique textual content, referring in basic terms to the interpretation while you’re stumped. A finished personality record describes the features of every significant personality, a visible map depicts relationships, and evaluate questions strengthen vital info so that you won’t leave out the motion.
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I will kill him. She already kills me with her beauty. They told me they were eloping to the woods. I am here, enraged because I can’t have Hermia. Go away, Helena, and stop following me. HELENA You lure me, you hard-hearted magnet! You are not pulling iron, because my heart is true like steel. Give up your power over me, and I will stop loving you. DEMETRIUS Have I courted you? Do I speak loving words? Haven’t I told you plainly that I don’t love you? HELENA Despite your words, I love you even more.
Yellow swamp primulas are her security guards. You can see spots on their gold jackets. The spots are ruby flower centers, sweet-smelling freckles that the fairies gave them. I must look for dew drops. I will hang one in each flower, like a pearl earring. Goodbye, you lump of the spirit world. I’m on my way. Titania, our queen, and her attendant elves are coming here soon. PUCK Oberon, the King of Fairies, is holding amusements here tonight. Be sure Oberon doesn’t see Titania. Oberon is in a raging mood because Titania keeps a pretty boychild for her attendant.
Qxp 5/15/08 7:47 PM Page 47 A Midsummer Night’s Dream These are the made-up stories of a jealous man. Since springtime, you have interrupted my fairies on hill, valley, woods, and meadow, by pebbled spring and by the cattails along the brook, or on the seashore, where we dance in a circle against the wind. Because of your vengeance, unhealthful fogs swept in from the sea and kept us from dancing in the wind. Your dampness has filled rivers and made them overflow. The plowman has wasted the ox’s energy in the fields.