When Hermia wakes up and see Lysander wooing Helena, she says to Lysander, “Am I not Hermia? Are you not Lysander?” (3.2.273). She is shocked by the sudden change that Lysander doesn’t love her anymore. Puck, realizing his mistake, tries to remedy this situation by putting love potion on Demetrius, and Demetrius falls in love with Helena too. Contrarily, Helena says, “Now I perceive that they have conjion’d all three/ To fashion this false sport in spite of me”.
This love makes her recklessly give him all the special treatment from the fairies just to make him stay. Moreover, even though she dislikes his qualities like his “mortal grossness” or talking too much. She puts in a lot effort to make him perfect like by getting her fairies to tie up his tongue because he talks too much. In addition, her impetuous love carries on where she has a romantic encounter, sleeping with the unworthy donkey-headed man who is a humiliation for Titania, as the love potion makes her attracted to him. As a result, Titania’s love for Bottom results in making foolish hasty actions.
(He wants his daughter to marry demetrius who he knows better than Lysander). Causing him to be very strict and wants things to go his way. Egeus is then becoming angry with his daughter because of her disobeying actions in wanting to marry Lysander instead of Demetrius; Quote:” As she is mine, I may dispose of her which shall either be to this gentleman or to her death” (Act 1 scene 1 Lines 41-45) But in the end he becomes agreeable and allowed Hermia to love Lysander, But here’s the thing if the Fairies did not get involved Egeus would have went ahead and executed His own daughter for her disobedience. Hermia And Lysander on the other hand, took a walk in the park discussing why he cannot fall in love or marry her(Egeus would not allow it) then we come to the scene where Lysander is misapplied with magic and wakes up in love with Helena; That is one crazy scene in my
Romilda Vane, a Gryffindor student believes that Harry Potter is a “Chosen one” or a person who is determined to kill Lord Voldermort. She falls in love with him and wants to win his heart by giving him chocolate with spiked with love potion. Ron is the one who eats it, As a result of it, Ron feels obsessive love with Romilda. Unsimilarity of love potion in both stories is in “A MIdsummer Night’s Dream”, love potion is used by dropping in someone’s eye and that person will fall in love with a person who he or she sees first. Unlike love potion in “Harry Potter and the half-blood prince” , it works when a drinker drinks it and falls in love with a giver.
Friar Lawrence had a strong two examples that affected the relationship between the lovers. For example, Friar Lawrence gave Juliet a potion that will fake her death but really she’s still alive she’s just got “No warmth, no breath” and that “shall testify thou livest”. (4.1.2464) When Friar Lawrence suggested that she should take this potion, in his little speech he mentions that she be close to dead to fool everyone. That even means Romeo in the most unfortunate times. When Friar Lawrence was speaking with Juliet he also planned to send letters to dear Romeo who had been staying in Mantua.
When the magic is used on Titania, it is the first time we witness its use in this play. The nectar itself is a major aspect of the story as a whole, since it is what causes the confusion and the outcome of the marriages in the comedy. The second person to have the magical nectar used on them is Lysander, unfortunately for him when he wakes up, he is no longer in love with the woman he planned on running away with, but Helena whom he had no feelings towards at the start of the play. Helena in fact has spent the entire duration of the play, in love with Demetrius, whom is also in love with Hermia, Lysander’s betrothed. The nectar causes the chaos throughout the play, since in a later scene, it
The Tragedy Of Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare is a tragic love story about two star crossed lovers written in a play. Romeo and Juliet fall deeply in love and end up dead after a short marriage--whose fault is it? Friar Laurence, because he gave Juliet the potion, failed to inform Romeo that he gave Juliet the potion and married Romeo and Juliet after one day. The Fault of the Friar Firstly, Friar Laurence gave a poison to Juliet, a huge mistake he could’ve avoided if he only thought of a better plan. He trusted juliet an unstable fourteen year old girl with a potion to make her appear dead, just so she didn’t have to marry paris.
Instead, she is delivered into a palace of a house and at night she meets her husband, Cupid. Cupid is ordered to make psyche fall in love with an ugly monster. Instead of following orders, Cupid falls in love with Psyche. Psyche’s sisters visit her, while being there they interrogate Psyche about her new husband, it doesn 't take long for them to figure out that Psyche has never actually seen him. For this her sisters think that since he has never let Psyche see him that he must be a horrible monster.
Liking a girl isn’t enough. Tom has to get engaged, pledge his eternal love, and kiss. Feeling sorry for himself isn’t enough. He has think about killing himself at a pretty girl’s gate to see her reaction and get her to notice him, and make Aunt Polly feel immensely guilty. See where this goes?
In William Shakespeare 's A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the plot revolves around love and the drama that accompanies it. Hermia and Lysander, two Athenian lovers, are forbidden to be together by Egeus, the father of Hermia. To avoid the punishments of Egeus and Athenian law, the lovers flee to the woods. They face the difficulty of love when Puck, the mischievous servant of fairy king Oberon, mistakenly drips a love potion into the eyes of Lysander, who falls in love with the first creature he sees upon awakening- another Athenian woman named Helena. Simultaneously, Oberon, the fairy king, and Titania, the fairy queen struggle while bickering over a young indian servent.