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Humanity may be seen as a wonderful creation although at times there is a different side to humanity that is not delightful A Midsummer Nights Dream by William Shakespeare portrays the undelightful side of humanity through the lovers actions One may characterize humanity as but it is evident that sometimes humanity possess the tendency to The unpleasant side of humanity will be portrayed through the examination of the lovers tendencies to be violent manipulative and deceitful toward each other in William Shakespeares A Midsummer Nights Dream Humanity has the tendency to be violent The lovers tendencies to be violent toward each other greatly affects the view one has on humanity As the men part from the women to fight deeper in the magical forest because of Puck mistakenly putting the love-in-idleness juice on the wrong Athenians eyes the women begin to argue and insult each other You coward are you bragging to the stars and telling the bushes that you want a fight but then you wont come and fight me Come here you coward Come here you child Ill beat you with a stick It would be shameful to fight you with a sword the way I would fight with a real man 32418-23Although Puck states this in Lysanders voice he may act as a representation of Lysanders angry and violent thoughts toward Demetrius This can also act as dramatic irony as Lysander is not aware of Pucks actions This creates frustration and anger between the men in the love circle Another example of violence can be portrayed in Act 2 scene 1 when Helena and Demetrius follow Hermia and Lysander to the wood Demetrius then tells Helena that she should not be in the wilderness with a man that hates her He then implies that he is able to harm and abuse her if he desires to do soYou do impeach your modesty too much to leave the city and commit
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