A Midsummer Night's Dream-Scenes
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Both Hippolyta and Theseus are very happy and can't wait for this four days to pass, so they could be married to each-other.
"Now, fair Hippolyta, our nuptial hour Draws in apace; four happy days bring in another moon: but O, methinks..." (I.i)
"Four days will quickly steep themselves in night. Four nights will quickly dream away the time..." (I.i)
Hermia thinks that her father is wrong, because she really loves Lysander and she wants to be with him, but because her father doesn't things might be hard.
"I would my father looked but with my eyes." (I.i)
"Rather your eyes must with his judgement look." (I.i)
Hermia and Lysander love and care about each-other.
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