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The three marriages at the end of the play celebrate an ordered society Discuss how order is born from disorder in A Midsummers Nights Dream -------------------------------------------------- A Midsummer Nights Dream is an unrealistic fantasy concerning lovers fairies and royalty It is a story rich with enchantment and magic In the play we see how order is born from disorder in the fairy realm as in the mortal realm The play starts with Theseus Egeus Hermia Lysander and Demetrius Egeus is angry with his daughter Hermia because she has betrayed his wishes to marry Demetrius she does not love Demetrius and is in love with Lysander Egeus would like Theseus the duke of Athens to use his power so that his wishes are carried out Theseus tells Hermia that she must marry Demetrius or else she will have to live her life as a nun or be put to death Wher if you yield not to your fathers choice You can endure the livery of a nun Theseus is a man who keeps law and order throughout Athens His fianc Hippolyta who is the queen of the Amazons was captured by Theseus to be his wife it is ironic how a man of order abducted his wife which is very disordered but he still tells Hermia that she cannot marry Lysander because it is defying the laws of Athens and she would be defying her fathers wishes and she would have to die if she defied her father Lysander and Hermia decide to go to Lysanders widow aunts house This lies outside of Athenian law so Lysander and Hermia can marry here To get to the house they must travel through the forest Demetrius who is madly in love with Hermia follows them into the forest to try and persuade her out of loving Lysander and claim her as his own Helena also travels into the wood to
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