A Midsummer night's dream

A Midsummer night's dream
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  • This is when Puck turns bottom into a donkey for his horrible acting and the evidence being "A stranger Pyramus than e'er played here". This proves that Botttom truly didn't act well enough to be applauded with praise. 
  • I love thee and shall am so sorry and impaled by my past decisions to the one i love. 
  • This is where Helena is scolding Hermia for thinking that she joined both Lysander and Demetrius talks about their childhood telling her that after everything that they have been through she decides to now do this with the evidence for both of these being "Now I perceive they have conjoin'd all three  To fashion this false sport, in spite of me". "Two lovely berries moulded on one stem, So with two seeming bodies, but one heart".
  • You shall not marry him and if you do you and him shall parish
  • This is the scene in which Titania sees and hears Bottom singing and automatically becomes infatuated with the evidence being "Thou art as wise as thou art beautiful". Another piece of evidence is "On the first view to say, to swear, I love thee" which is prove that this was infatuation from the beginning.
  • The marriage between both Oberon and Titania having the happy ending that they both want. 
  • The beginning scene where Hermia's father demands that she be with Demetrius and not Lysander threating with killing both of them if they disobey him.
  • This is the play that nobody liked and considered Bottom to be a horrible actor as well as someone who can't do something to like others around.
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