Using the love potion causes Hermia and Helena confusion. Oberon and Puck cause confusion by using the love potion too freely. Lysander loves Helena because of Puck mistaking him as Demetrius, and putting the love potion on Lysander causing Helena to be hurt, and Hermia to be heartbroken. Originally, Lysander loved Hermia, but because of the love potion, he now loves Helena. To Helena, Lysander says, "Not Hermia, but Helena I love / Who will not change a raven for a dove?"
Demetrius changes his love twice: Helena to Hermia, afterward it was Hermia to Helena. Lysander changes his love for Helena to Hermia, and next Hermia from Helena rather quickly too. The way Oberon drugs his wife for selfish reasons and never eventually tells her that she had been drugged, shows how unreliable he is with his love. Oberon would be willing to misuse his power to trick his queen into loving a horrible beast just for obtaining something that he wants He even mocks his queen by saying “there lies your love.” (Act IV,scene, Page 79). A few may argue that the love potion that caused many of these confusions, however that’s an insufficient excuse, it’s true that a couple of these events resulted because of the fairies.
Shakespeare writes, “And even for that do I love you the more.”(Act 2.1 Line 209). In this scene Helena explains how much she loves Lysander. However she is only in love with him, due to the love potion: “And with the juice of this I’ll streak her eyes and make her full of hateful fantasies” (Act 2.1 Line 265). As this conversation takes place Oberon reveals that he has a plan to sabotage Titania. Once he retrieves Puck, he explains his plan of sabotage and later this becomes a major conflict.
Mercutio here expresses his disapproval towards love in the famous Queen Mab speech. He compares love to a wish which originates from dreams, these dreams are visited by the queen of the fairies Mab. In this speech Mercutio shows he is quick-witted and headstrong. He also used a lot of puns, like when Romeo tells him he is talking about nothing.
Meanwhile, Lawrence and Charlotte almost marry, and Naveen and Tiana find out the only way to reverse the curse is for Naveen to kiss a princess at midnight, but all went awry. The spirits are angered and claim Dr. Facilier as his debt to them; therefore, Naveen and Tiana remain frogs since Lawrence returns to himself, and Charlotte doesn’t marry a prince. The happily ever after begins when Tiana and Naveen reveal their feelings for one and other, and marry as frogs, but because of Tiana’s now princess status from the marriage they both return to human form. They then return to New Orleans and open Tiana’s dream restaurant. Unlike the other Disney
For Aurora in “Sleeping Beauty” She was fast asleep throughout the entire movie, and in the end the prince fought and saved her. Ariel in “The Little Mermaid” wanted to be a grown women and make her own choices – like any 16 year old would want to do, but then she goes against it by selling her own Voice to be with a guy. Before Ariel is turned into a human, she asks the sea witch how she will be able to talk to her so called “love”, and the witch tells her that as long as she has a pretty face and a knowledgeable use of her body language that any man will fall for her. Not only did she tell her that she mentions that men do not
However, Friar Lawrence is the person who is guilty for Romeo and Juliet's death because he gave Juliet the potion to fall in a deep sleep and make her look dead for 42 hours. Friar Lawrence mistake was trusting Juliet, a young unitelligent and unwise fourteen year old girl with a potion. He could have avoided the dilemma of this huge problem, if only he had planned out his idea better of Juliet not marrying Paris. Friar Lawrence shows how irresponsible and
In William Shakespeare’s comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare critiques the idea of characters losing their power by falling in love because they allow their lover to have power over them and their actions. When characters lose their power as they fall in love, they are also allowing their mind to be corrupted by their lover. In the third act of the play, Lysander mistakenly takes the love potion meant for Demetrius and wakes up to see Helena. Hermia and Helena are confused as they find that Lysander is now pledging his love to Helena instead of Hermia, who he was formerly in love with. Hermia accuses Helena of stealing her lover and threatens her by saying, “how low am I?
She loves me”(131-7). Gatsby being idiotic and careless to reveal to tell Tom that he is having an affair with Daisy, his wife, is one of the most catastrophic and foolish decision Gatsby made. Another essential point is that Gatsby is delusional and a daydreamer who believes he can get everything he wants by reshaping it to his liking. In chapter 6 during a conversation with Nick and Gatsby, "You can't repeat the past," Gatsby replies, "Why of course you can"(110-6). Proving Gatsby being delusional and stubborn to believe he could reshape the past so that he could relight his relationship with Daisy, even if she married to Tom and also had a daughter.
The king and his men give Hop Frog his nickname because he could only move with a leap and a wiggle of a movement. The king chooses him as his jester and always makes fun of him. Hop Frog does not like to drink alcohol, but the king forces him anyway. The king even makes a toast to friends Hop Frog is no longer acquainted with anymore: “Come here Hop Frog, swallow this bumper to the health of your absent friends” (Poe). After Hop Frog drinks the wine, his eyes fill with tears because of the king’s rude comment.