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In the play A Midsummer Nights Dream by William Shakespeare it is proven that the statement The course of true love never did run smooth Ii134 is true by the difficulties that the three couples face over the course of the play First of all Lysander and Hermia experience this through constant interruptions on their way to true bliss Secondly Demetrius and Helena fall into this category because the love is not reciprocated at the beginning of the play Finally Oberon and Titania struggle with their relationship due to the fact that they are not agreeing with each other on numerous occasions Even though the couples experience dissatisfaction and misfortune throughout the play they eventually find true happiness and bliss in the end During the course of the play Lysander and Hermia have had to endure a rough series of events on their way to find true love To start it off Hermias father Egeus disallowed Lysander to marry Hermia even though He is as well derived as Demetrius As well possessd my love is more than his II99-100 Subsequently Puck puts love potion in Lysanders eyes which when Lysander wakes up forces him to fall in a deep love with Helena Just to complicate issues further Lysander and Hermia are out in the forest at this time trying to escape the Athenian law In the end Lysander and Hermia are finally happy and are ready to get married but they are not the only couple that have had to endure a rigorous path to happinessDirectly from the beginning of the play it is realized that throughout it Demetrius and Helena will have to withstand multiple events of unreciprocated love until they find true bliss First off the couple is at a standstill when Demetrius is not reciprocating the love that Helena wishes to capture by chasing after Hermia into the forest and constantly
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