Midsummer Night Dream Control Analysis

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Control is a big part of Shakespeare 's Midsummer’s Night Dream, and is what brings the whole story together. Whether it is parental control or it is the control of peers this story is full of it. Control is expressed with all of the characters no matter how powerful or what their role is. Hermia and Helena two of the four teenagers and are best friends but they have many problem throughout the story due to the other. Hermia and her father Egues is another example of control in this story. This shows two of the different kinds of control Shakespeare 's Midsummer’s Night Dream has and also shows two of the controlled relationship that make up the story.

Helena and Demetrius are 2 of the 4 teenage characters in Shakespeare 's A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Helena is deeply in love with Demetrius and follows him as if she were his dog. Demetrius, however, does not feel the same way about Helena as he loves someone else. In the text, it states “I love thee not, therefore pursue me not.” stated by Demetrius to Helena as she follows him into the forest. Helena goes out of her way to try and
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Hermia and Helena are best friends until there friendship had many complications. Hermia of course is in love with Lysander , and Lysander is in love with Hermia. But there is also Demetrius who is also in love with Hermia and Helena who is in love with Demetrius. They have been through many obstacles, like in the Act 3 scene 2. After Puck put the love potion on Lysander and he fell in love with Helena, he has been following her around nonstop. As Helena goes to find Hermia, Lysander follows close behind. “Lys: Why should you think that I should woo in scorn? Hel: You do advance your cunning more and more.” This is Lysander and Helena talking to each other, Lysander saying why would I mock you if I love you and Helena saying you just get better and better at your jokes, but in a sarcastic way. This shows the relationship between Hermia and Helena in Shakespeare 's a Midsummer’s Night
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