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A Midsummer Night 's Dream
Introduction
A Midsummer Night's Dream
is a romantic comedy by William Shakespeare written sometime in the
1594-96.The play was first published in 1600
and became very popular .The play has 132 pages. It portrays the
adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of amateur actors , their interactions with the Duke and Duchess of Athens, Theseus and Hippolyta, and with fairies who inhabit a moonlit forest .
The play is one of Shakespeare 's most popular works for the stage and
is widely performed across the world.
The Body
Love and magic rule the world of this fanciful comedy set in ancient Athens and a nearby woods . The fair maiden Hermia loves
Lysander, but her father insists that Demetrius be her mate. To escape a forced marriage , Hermia runs away with Lysander to the
woods, followed by Demetrius (who is madly in love with Hermia) and
Helena (her friend who hopelessly loves Demetrius). Unknowingly, the
lovers enter the kingdom of fairies, where love potions and magical
transformations are the order of the night. After a wild night of
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tydrukolen profiilipilt
tydrukolen: polnud päris see mid ama tahtsin:)
22:39 05-11-2008
tydrukolen profiilipilt
tydrukolen: polnud päris see mida ma tahtsin:)
22:39 05-11-2008
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tydrukolen: polnud päris see:)
22:39 05-11-2008



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