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True love will always find its way Act 4 scene 1 line 161-63
Now I want Helena, I love her, I long for her, and I will always be true to her.
True love will always find its way Act 4 scene 1 line 165-68
Egeus,Im overriding your wishes. These couples will be married along with me and Hippolytus in the temple later today.
This quote supports the theme that true love will always find its way because in the beginning Demetrius left Helena to be with Hermia.In the end though Demetrius realized he always did love Helena. KA
This is an example of love finding its way back . Egeus wanted Theseus to grant him permission to do what he wanted with Hermia if she did not marry who Egeus wanted. Theseus granted him permission in the beginning. In the end,Theseus changed his mind. Everyone was back to loving who they normally loved which is why this goes with the theme. Love is finding its way back to the couples. Theseus saw no point in breaking them up. ME
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