A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Act I (Exposition/Prologue)
Act I (Conflict)
Act II (Rising Action)
Theseus - ¨our wedding day is almost here, Hippolyta. We’ll be getting married in four days.¨ Egeus-"I’m here, to complain about my daughter Hermia. Lysander has made Hermia fallen in love with him. ¨Theseus - "But since your father doesn’t want him to marry you, you have to consider Demetrius.
Act III (Climax)
Lysander-¨She lives about twenty miles from Athens, and she thinks of me as a son. I could marry you there, sneak out of your father’s house tomorrow night and meet me in the forest.¨
Act IV (Falling Action)
Demetrius-"Look, I don’t love you, so stop following me around. Where are Lysander and beautiful Hermia?" Helena -"You attract me to you, you cruel magnet! But you must not attract iron, because my heart is as true as steel."
Act V (Resolution)
Puck puts love juice into Lysander's eyes and falls in love with Helena. He then puts love juice into Demetruis's eyes and also falls in love with Helena. Oberon wanting to fix it all, Puck goes into the forests and puts everyone to sleep and puts Lysander back to normal to loving Hermia and Demetruis still in love with Helena.
Theseus finds the lovers and decides to let them marry their significant other allowing a triple wedding, that way they can all live happily.
In the end all the lovers are happily married and all live happily ever after.
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