Persuasive Speech In 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'

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Dear minister, I am writing to you today today to present you with some facts in order to convince you as to why Shakespeare’s, “A Midsummer Night's Dream”, must be studied by Australian school students. I believe you should take a Midsummer Night's Dream into consideration for inclusion in the English curriculum as features many themes and as its major theme is love which may capture the attention of high school age students since they are going through a time of their life when love begins to become more important thing to them which they may not understand like the characters in this story. I believe it teaches students valuable lessons that they would benefit from such as love’s difficulty and that love is more than skin deep.Taking into…show more content…
This may also present to us that the women in this play are quite strong and independent despite the times this play is set in, Hermia's father Egeus treats Hermia as though she is his property and that she has no freedom of choice Egeus threats his daughter by death or to become a nun which shows some state of
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