A midsummer night's dream
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Four days will quickly steep themselves in night.
Four happy days bring in another moon - but O, methinks, how slow this old moon wanes!
Demitrius has consent to marry Hermia, Lysander has bewitched the bosom of my child. Turn her obedience as it is due to me.
Either die the death or abjure forever the society of men.
I would rather my father look with but my eyes.
How chance the roses there do fade so fast.
If thou lov'st me, then steal forth my father's house tomorrow night...
God speed, fair Helena!
Through Athen's gate we have devised to steal
I will go tell Demetrius of Hermia's flight.
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