A Midsummer Night's Dream
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"I'd rather wither away than give up my virginity to someone I don't love" - page 9
"Oh, Lysander, I swear I'll be there tomorrow. I swear by Cupid's strongest bow and his best gold tipped arrow,... I give you my word, I will meet you at that spot tomorrow" -page 15
Hermia's motivation is to persuade her father, Egeus, that Lysander is a more suitable husband than Demitrius. Though, she is willing to be with Lysander. with or without her father's knowledge.
"I'm here, full of anger, to complain about my daughter Hermia. ... Since she belongs to me, I can do what I want with her- as the law says: I can either make her marry Demitrius- or have her killed." -Page 5
"It's true, rude Lysander, I do love him. That's why I'm giving him my daughter. She's mine, and I'm giving her to Demetrius." -Page 9
Egeus's motivation is to force Hermia into a fixed marriage with Demetrius. But Hermia has fallen in love with Lysander. He really disapproves of it. His attitude is basically "My way or the highway"
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