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A Midsummer Nights Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare The story has four sets of lovers who have difficulties with their relationships Lysander a lover in the play said The course of true love never did run smooth This statement is true for this play Hermia and Lysander were in love with each other and both wanted to marry The problem was that Egeus Hermias father decided that his daughter should marry Demetrius Hermia was against this Egeus takes Hermia to court to see if could sort this out Hermia is told by the Duke of Athens Theseus said that she must marry Demetrius become a nun or die Hermia and Lysander decide to run away together Lysander tells Hermia Athenian Law cannot pursue us In the end the Duke allows them to be married Helena and Demetrius were engaged but Demetrius called the wedding off because he fell in love with Hermia and wanted to marry her Demetrius turned against Helena but she still loved him Demetrius said to her I love thee not therefore pursue me not This is then resolved because Oberon the King of the fairies put a spell on Demetrius so he would love Helena once again Oberon and Titania the King and Queen of the fairies They argued over a changeling boy who they both wanted Titania wanted to mother him and Oberon wanted him to his henchman When they were arguing Oberon said to Titania I do but beg a little changeling boy to be my henchman As a result of all their arguing they neglected their duties of being King and Queens and the seasons got muddled up As Oberon was annoyed with Titania he sent his fairy Puck to play a trick on her He told him to get the juice from the plant that makes the person fall in love with the first creature they see The first creature that Titania saw was
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