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After reading Shakespeares A Midsummer Nights Dream I immediately found that I had connection with it It was much more than the fact that I love Shakespeares works It also had a lot to do with the storyline especially pertaining to Helenas character Throughout much of the beginning of the play Helena declares her love for Demetrius The sad part is that he does not return her love This sub-plot of the play which is unrequited love is something that I can personally relate to For this reason I have chosen to write about the correlation between Helenas romantic debacles with Demetrius and my life as well as my writing When Helena was first introduced into the play she immediately expressed envy toward Hermia because it was Hermia that Demetrius directed his love and undivided attention to Call you me fair That fair again unsay Demetrius loves your fair O happy fair O teach me how you look and with what art you sway the motion of Demetrius heart Shakespeare 19 Here Helena conveys to Hermia that she wishes she had her beauty because then Demetrius would love her I have encountered this many times in my adolescence Its almost normal for teens and adults for that matter to experience unreciprocated love I strongly believe that everyone goes through some point in his or her life when the person that he or she loves doesnt feel nearly as much in return Its a common human predicament In the play no matter how much love Helena had for Demetrius he was determined to only love Hermia and no one else I remember going through this Though I wasnt quite as vocal as Helena was about her dismay I could certainly relate to her feelings There were times a few years ago when I felt depressed over the fact that someone I really liked or may have even loved didnt remotely feel that way about me Its
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