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Hermia states, "Why, you left me -o, the gods forbid!s In earnest shall I say" (Shakespeare 79).
Propels the Action
Lysander states, "Ay by my life; and never desire to see thee more. Therefore, be out of hope, of question, of doubt; be certain nothing truer: 'tis no jest that I do hate thee and love Helena"(Shakespeare 79).
Hermia states,"You canker-blossom! You thief of love! What, have you come by night, and stol'n my loves heart form him" (Shakespeare 79).
Hermia is confused why Lysander has lost interest in her. It's odd to her because they had been in love just a day ago
Lysander tells Hermia that he has no interest for her and instead loves Helena. This of course brings the story forward propelling the action.
Hermia then gets angry at Helena for stealing Lysander. But Helena thinks that it's all a big trick.
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