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By William Shakespeare

ISBN-10: 1521918163

ISBN-13: 9781521918166

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written via William Shakespeare in 1595/96. It portrays the occasions surrounding the wedding of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta, the previous queen of the Amazons. those comprise the adventures of 4 younger Athenian fans and a gaggle of six novice actors (the mechanicals) who're managed and manipulated via the fairies who inhabit the wooded area during which lots of the play is decided. The play is considered one of Shakespeare's most well-liked works for the level and is extensively played around the world.


The play involves 4 interconnecting plots, hooked up through a party of the marriage of Duke Theseus of Athens and the Amazon queen, Hippolyta, that is set concurrently within the wooded area and within the realm of Fairyland, below the sunshine of the moon.

The play opens with Hermia, who's in love with Lysander, immune to her father Egeus' call for that she wed Demetrius, whom he has prepared for her to marry. Helena, Hermia's ally, pines unrequitedly for Demetrius, who broke up together with her to be with Hermia. Enraged, Egeus invokes an historical Athenian legislation earlier than Duke Theseus, wherein a daughter must marry a suitor selected via her father, in any other case face loss of life. Theseus deals her an alternative choice: lifelong chastity whereas worshipping the goddess Artemis as a nun.

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