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Anything written by William Shakespeare is very confusing but always an interesting read Particularly confusing is his famous comedic play A Midsummer Nights Dream This story is very confusing Almost to the point of being soporific and vapid starting with the title and going to the last word After reading this play the reader is more confused about what happened within its unwieldy covers than before he started This book receives a red light due to these characteristicsA Midsummer Nights Dream is just that a dream or is it There are three main plots in the play The first and the most exercised plotline was that of four lovers who cannot seem to find the correct mate between them Throughout the play the characters loves and hates are switched around numerous times while they are in fairyland a place that they accidentally wandered into while traveling in the woods The second plotline is that of the Fairy Queen and King The Queen does not pay enough attention to the King and he becomes jealous of a little servant boy of hers whom she loves very much and is of importance to the king The last and most comedic plotline is of four actors who are attempting to put on a play They mix up lines roles and words of their play in many ways and cause much laughter The main theme of this play is how love can confuse people and make us do strange stupid or sometimes dangerous things for loveA Midsummer Nights Dream receives a red light This is not because it is a bad read on the contrary it has many good points One of these good points is the way that the author makes his characters talk and socialize in a very realistic and authentic way Another good quality is that the book is very funny in places The worst about this play is how it was very hard to understand
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