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Love makes fools of us all Or The Midsummer Nights Dream Love or what is commonly known as love can hit you and conquer you in a second and sometimes even feel very much like a spell being cast upon youBut who speaks more completely eloquently and most compassionate in this play about love Shakespeare writes of love that is passionate and impulsive or sensible and reasonable Before you can come to a conclusion you must observe all the different kinds of love that occur trough out the play First there was the love between Theseus and Hippolyta the casual love which survived the whole play Still one of the many kinds of lust that is often mistaken for love is infatuation We may notice this when we closely look upon the relationship between one of the 5 omnipresent interswitching couples more exactly Hermia and Demetrius Another type of love is the unrequited love is the relationship between Helena and Demetrius True love shows up in the case of Lysander and Hermia yet we have a lasting unrestrained love in the case of the two Fairy Royalties also but which is tested to obtain that fun-tastical taste of mirth and the exquisite sound of the echos laughter The beginning somehow reflects the end this other fantastical version of Much Ado About Nothing this shot of delightful morphine now has a purpose the fulfillment of love The several different characters have their own nemesis in the natural progress of the play and although they are steadfastly arranged among each other to give the story its own complexity So we can notice some similarities starting from the initiating action and ending with the denouement encountered in every one of the plays within the main play First of all my personal opinion is that here is not only one plot but four the
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