Dream In A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Introduction
With regards to William Shakespeare’s comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the theme of love plays a central part within the play. When separating the play into its separate worlds being: the social world and the green/comic world, the norms regarding love differs from one world to the next. With reference to the given extract of Lysander and Hermia in the comic world, certain threatening forces within the comic world surface to interfere with plot and the way in which these dark forces are driven out in order for the play to remain comedic and not tragic.
The world in which the plot is predominantly set, within, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, is in the comic world (where the comedic element of the play is brought to life). The comic
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Holland points out that the only dream which is dreamt within the play is the one of Hermia’s (Introduction 14), the serpent representing Lysander’s sexual desires towards Hermia, although Hermia’s interpretation of her dream differs at the end of the play (Introduction…show more content…
In order to purge the havoc that had been created amongst the lovers had been exorcised by the intervener himself, Puck where placing the love potion on Lysander’s eyes would make him fall back in love with Hermia. Although the love potion has resolved the love feud amongst the Athenians, the exorcism which had been casted onto Demetrius had not been
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