No Fear A Midsummer Night's Dream Analysis

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Bellringer, Alan W. "The Act Of Change In A Midsummer Night's Dream." English Studies 64.3 (1983): 201. Literary Reference Center. Web. 8 Mar. 2016.
The Act of Change in a Midsummer Night’s Dream by Allan Bellringer is about how the characters in the play and how their personalities react to different situation. The main topic that was the most covered was the main topic of the story, love, and how it affected the characters. This journal really broke down what was going on witch gave me a better understanding of the story
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Crowther, John, ed. “No Fear A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” SparkNotes.com. SparkNotes LLC. 2005. Web. 24 Mar. 2016.
The play, No Fear A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by John Crowther, is a edited version of William Shakespeare’s play, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” The point of this source is to give the audience an entertainment by creating silly situations. The use of dramatic irony gives the play extra comedy. The romance gave the play a fun twist the keeps the audience wondering what is going to happen next.
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Ficher, Sandra K. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Masterplots:1,801 stories and Critical Evaluations of the World’s Finest Literature. ed. Frank. N. Magill. Pasadena, California: Salem Press, Inc, 1996, 4134-4137.

The book Masterplots by Sandra K. Ficher gives me a critical evaluation of the book. This source also gave me a summery of the story. This source was relevant to me research because it makes some good points that will help me in my writing. I have no reason to suspect that this source is biased in any way. The source was useful to a certain extent. Though it did have critical evaluation, it was only one paragraph. There wasn’t enough information there for me to grasp the idea of the book was talking about. This article aided me in my research. This source is not one of my main sources due to its lack of information. I would recommend using this source because eth information it does has is very
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