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  • ''Four days will quickly steep themselves in night. Four days will quickly dream away the time."
  • Theseus and Hippolyta talk of their wedding, although Hippolyta shows that she does not truly want to marry Theseus.
  • "Stand forth, Demetrius. My noble lord, this man hath consent to marry her. Stand forth, Lysander. And my gracious Duke, this man hath bewitched the bosom of my child."
  • Egeus enters and presents Theseus with his case; his daughter, Hermia, refuses to marry his choice for her, Demetrius, and has instead fallen in love with Lysander.
  • Egeus asks to invoke the ancient law of Athens, which would have Hermia forced to marry Demetrius, or have her face death or life as a nun as punishment.
  • I beg the ancient privilege of Athens. As she is mine, I may dispose of her, which shall be, either to this gentleman, or to her death, according to our law."
  • "Demetrius is a worthy gentleman."
  • "So is Lysander."
  • Theseus and Hermia argue over the matter.
  • "If you yield not to your father's choice, you can endure the livery of a nun."
  • Theseus explains to Hermia the punishment she will face if she refused to marry Demetrius; death or to spend her life as a nun.
  • "Upon that day either prepare to die, for disobedience to your father's will, or else to wed Demetrius, as he would, or on Diana's altar to protest for aye, austerity and single life."
  • Theseus declares that Hermia will have four days until the day of his wedding to Hippolyta to make her decision to marry Demetrius or face death or remaining a nun for life
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