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Sometimes in our lives reality can seem like a dream come true in A Midsummer Nights Dream by William Shakespeare to the characters their dreams are reality Shakespeare focuses on comic love scenes to portray dreams within reality and reality within dreams The funniest part of this play seems to be when Puck the trickster keeps mixing up the people who he is assigned to put the love juice on Even when he did put the love juice into the right peoples eyes they still fell in love with the wrong people This play takes you to a fantasy world where fairies live and pixie dust is real and where anything is possible In this world dreams become reality and reality is eluded as a dream The first act gives us a look at our first conflict Her father Egeus betroths Hermia to Demetrius Hermia is in love with Lysander because as her father describes it Lysander has by moonlight interchanged love tokens with my child Act I scene i Egeus is angry that his daughter would go against his wishes so he presents his case to the king of Athens Theseus According to the law of Athens death should be the sentence if you go against your fathers wishes By the next new moon Act I scene i she must make her decision death or a life with Demetrius Lysander and Hermia of course upset by this news plan to leave Athens and marry in another land I have a widow aunt from Athens is her house remote seven leagues there gentle Hermia may I marry thee and to that place the sharp Athenian law cannot pursue us Act I scene i They plan to meet the next night in the woods Another funny section in this play is where Puck puts an ass head on the shoulders of Bottom This happens when Bottom is gathered with a bunch of people
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