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More about Helena
She is a tall and blonde athenan women. She is a thin person, with white skin and a wavy hair.
First she looks at love as something beautiful when she is in love whith Demetrius, but then after both Lysander and Demetrius fell in love with her she thinks they are mocking her.
View of love
Love can transpose to form and dignity. Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind; And therefore is winged Cupid painted blind. Nor hath Love's mind of any judgment taste. Wings and no eyes figure unheedy haste.
Who does she truly love?
Helena truly loves Demetrius you could see this because they get married at the end.
She loves Demetrius, and at one time he returned her love. But before the play begins, he fell in love with Hermia and left Helena in despair. Because of Demetrius's abandonment of her, Helena lacks self-confidence and self-respect, going so far as to tell Demetrius that she'll love and follow him even if he treats her like his dog. She's also a bit conniving and desperate, willing to betray her friend Hermia's confidence in order to try to win back Demetrius's love.
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