Helena was called names and pushed away from her true love but she loved him so strongly that she would do whatever it takes to get Demetrius to love her. Finally after being through it all Demetrius finally realizes that Helena is his true love and they end up getting married. So all the work she did to get him to love her finally worked it wasn't easy but it worked. The final example is when puck put a spell on Titania to fall in love with what she first sees when she wakes up and when she woke up she saw bottom who had a donkeys head. Since neither of them truly loved each other the love didn't last it was false love.
Having a person you can always trust and be yourself with is usually the main incentive. A frequently asked question is, why do people actually fall in love? Falling in love is a different experience for everyone; people may fall in love with someone’s appearance, wealth, actions, speech, personality, and the list goes on. Although Shakespeare never directly tells readers why Orsino falls for Olivia, it is assumed it is for her fortune because the two characters never actually meet face-to-face until Act V. Olivia, on the other hand, falls in love with Cesario’s youth and elegant diction. Both Olivia and Orsino seem to be so in love, that it seems obsessive.
Are Romeo and Juliet truly affectionate towards each other? How would know? Romeo and Juliet is about two “star crossed lovers” that are unable to meet under the circumstances of their parents. Juliet 's family, the Capulets have a strong hate towards Romeo 's family, the Montagues. Juliet is so in love with Romeo that when he finds her mistakenly dead he takes a deadly potion that kills him almost instantly.
He watches Helena’s humiliation as she confesses her unwanted love for Demetrius,“thou shalt fly him, and he shall seek thy love,” (2.1.246). Out of pity, Oberon tells Puck to put love potion on Demetrius’ eyes, forcing Demetrius to fall in love with Helena- if all goes as planned. He plans for Demetrius to beg for Helena’s love even though Demetrius is in love with Hermia (3.2.87-91). Once again, Oberon’s careless thinking manages to put him in a pickle, leading to more drama. He reverses the love potion on Lysander’s eyes, but Oberon still gets his way by keeping it on Demetrius’s.
Through terms of contrast, Shakespeare characterizes Juliet as a loving, sweet, and passionate girl. Juliet is waiting for her wedding night and says, “... And learn me how to lose a winning match” (3.2.12). The juxtaposition talks about how Juliet is nervous, but excited about losing her virginity to Romeo the love of her life. Juliet found out that Romeo killed
Within the first couple of lines a Capulet named Sampson says, “I will push / Montague’s men from the wall, and thrust his maids to the / wall” (1.5.15-17). This exemplifies the significance of the feud and how it relates to the lovers. The irrationality of the situation causes the observers to be so compelled and fascinated to cogitate the possible consequences of Romeo and Juliet’s predicament. In the following act, Romeo begins to concede his love for Juliet in the infamous balcony scene. Until this particular moment, Romeo is equivocal of her love for Rosaline and immediately admires Juliet from the moment they first meet.
Puck is Oberon’s servant, the king of the fairies, and when Oberon sees how Demetrius is mistreating Helena, he orders Puck to spread some of the love potion on his eyelids. However, Puck encounter’s Hermia and Lysander and he thinks that he is Demetrius and spreads the juice on his eyelids instead of Demetrius’s eyelids. Unfortunately, Lysander upon waking up sees Helena and falls deeply in love with her abandoning Hermia. Hermia believes Helena has acted to steal Lysander’s love from her. Hermia is appalled at Helena, threatening to scratch her eyes
During the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hermia and Lysander were in love with each other when a major event happened and changes how they felt about each other. Also, a fairy queen fell in love with an ordinary Athenian named Bottom when he had an ass head. Isn’t that ironic? A Midsummer Night’s Dream has three different events that happened that were ironic. All of the events were either examples of dramatic irony.
This is another way shakespeare connected his play to dreams. The part where the fairy puts the spell on the other characters is like a nightmare for helena. Her fiance falls in love with hermia, her best friend, and demetrius also falls in love with hermia. So everything changed to everyone loving hermia instead of everyone loving helena. The fairy realized that he caused a nightmare.