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A Midsommer nights dreame “Though she be but little she is fierce” A Midsummer Night’s Dream is Shakespeare’s funniest comedy honestly When a couple tries to run away they get followed by a man in love with them and then by a woman in love with him And a fairy fucking around makes it all go to shit As you do This play is probably funniest because of its excellent set of characters including✔Hermia – is 4’9” and could kick your ass runs a feminist blog✔Lysander – is so beautiful and so so useless✔Helena – was told she was too tall for a pair of heels once by a shoestore clerk and stared him directly in the face while purchasing them your one friend who’s pining over some shitty man✔Demetrius – the shitty man okay actually he’s doing his best he’s just like really bad at everything →adaptation thoughts← Okay first of all may I just say I won’t rest until someone does a version that changes the genders of Lysander and Helena and makes it a play about an arranged marriage being forced apart because they both find gay love you're all weak for not taking this obvious opportunity But in case you wanted a serious answer I have not actually seen this adaptation yet but I am a huge fan of the casting of this productionimage error Ein Sommernachtstraumis one of the top references as a classic In the beginning it is difficult to get there but once you get used to the style it is uite an entertaining beautiful and confused story about the back and forth of the love affair A must for interested in Shakespear and theater how to flirt shakespeare style a midsummer nights dream edition elope with your love in a fairy wood follow your friends into the fairy wood with your ex fiancé who you still pine over even though he loves another woman become entranced by magic flower juice and chase after the wrong girl until you fall over with exhaustion call your girl an acorn realise your ex fiancé is truly the one you love even though you ditched her once you got to the woods have a double wedding with your lover your friend and the f boi who used to love youi guess its true what they say the course of true love never did run smooth↠ 35 stars A Midsummer Night's Dream William ShakespeareA Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 159596 It portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus the Duke of Athens to Hippolyta the former ueen of the s These include the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors the mechanicals who are controlled and manipulated by the fairies who inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set The play is one of Shakespeare's most popular works for the stage and is widely performed across the worldتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز پنجم ماه جولای سال 2007 میلادیعنوان رویا در شب نیمه تابستان؛ نویسنده ویلیام شکسپیر؛ مترجم مسعود فرزاد؛ تهران، انتشارات ناهید؛ چاپ چهارم 1390؛ در 185 ص؛ شابک 9789646205468؛ موضوع نمایشنامه های نویسندگان بریتانیایی سده 16 مموضوع نمایش‌نامه اینکه عشق را با عقل کاری نیست،‌ بلکه همانند شاعری و دیوانگی، تابع خیال است همراه خیال به وجود می‌آید، شدت یا ضعف پیدا می‌کند، و از میان می‌رود دکتر «جرج براندس» دانمارکی در ضمن انتقاد از این درام، در تایید همین باور مینویسد بشر دست‌خوش غرایز، و رویاهای خویش است، و مدام یا خودش را گول می‌زند، و یا کسی دیگر او را فریب می‌دهد ا شربیانی Book Review 4 out of 5 stars to A Midsummer Night's Dream a comedy written in 1595 by William Shakespeare What a fun read I first read this in high school and then again in college as part of a course on Shakespeare Then I watched a few movie versions It's full of so much humor and creativity The plot is essentially the impacts of magic as some fairy dust causes everyone to fall in love with the first person they see once the dust falls on them Imagine the hilarity that ensues in a chain reaction of who loves who If you want to read a comedy this would be one of the top 3 It's got lovable characters lots of understandable metaphors and a ton of memorable and enjoyable scenes About Me For those new to me or my reviews here's the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you'll also find TV Film reviews the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I've visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the whowhatwhenwhere and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by “Lord what fools these mortals be” I became a fan of plays when I read a few of them in my English book They were very good I liked them Ever since I wanted to read of them and of course when I searched for them Shakespeare’s name was on top A while ago I was afraid of reading them because of the classical English But few days ago I thought to try them and will use Google as a guide And now I can’t explain how much happy I’m right now Even though I faced difficulty to understand at first but with some help of Google I enjoyed the play a lot Now I’m getting a little bit used to of the writing 😊 And for this play it was sooo amazing Really enjoyed it a lot It was full of fun I didn’t expect to like this this much CHARACTERS Lysander Hermia Demetrius and Helena They are the mains PLOT Lysander and Hermia are in love and want to get married But Hermia’s father wants her to marry Demetrius who is also in love with her At the same time Helena is in love with Demetrius who doesn’t love her back Lysander and Hermia plans to runaway and marry each other They also tell Helena about their plan Helena tells Demetrius about it while thinking to get his attention But that never happens And he goes on pursuit to stop them And Helena also goes behind him And they all are in the forest where the fairies happen to stay When the king of fairies sees Helena chasing Demetrius who doesn’t love her back he tells his servant puck to make him love back using a love juice And this where everything goes terribly wrong and hilarious😂 RANDOM THOGHTS view spoiler It was the most hilarious love uadrangle I’ve ever seen First they both were in love with Hermia and after the mistake of puck they both fall in love with Helena And they all curse each other that was so funny Enjoyed their uarrel a lot😂😂 King of fairies makes the ueen to fall for a man with the head of donkey 😂😂😂 I couldn’t believe my eyes😂😂 That was the peak of madness 😂But I couldn’t get why the ueen wasn’t angry after being cured? As he had stolen the child he wanted and she loved When everyone was cured they all thought it was a bad dream Hmmm right But Demetrius still loves Helena? I know he wasn’t cured but still? Wasn’t it a forced love? I thought there would be a character arc It itched me a bit😅 But never mind The play they played for the king in the last act was ridiculously entertaining Nothing made sense but entertaining😅 hide spoiler One of Shakespeare's most popular comic plays though a figment of the imagination an illusion a delusion in actuality that's the pity such a delectable world to inhabit Essentially a love story between two couples a thin plot device in a mythical Athens which never was Lysander loves his girlfriend Hermia they want to marry However her father Egeus does not consent prefers the groom to be prominent admittedly a common story Threatening Hermia with death or being forced to become a nun With the help of the city's ruthless ruler and a fierce warrior his friend Theseus the Duke of Athens it's the silly law Fathers had this right then to choose their children's mates Egeus wants his daughter to marry Demetrius Why? Never uite explained Maybe the tyrant doesn't like the color of the man's hair Also the narrative involves Helena Hermia's best friend she loves Demetrius which is not reciprocated that's the rubThe strange part is the men and women have little differences between themselves Shakespeare is making a point about love All four are rather interchangeable Nonetheless the impetuous eager lovers decide to elope hide in the nearby woods overnight and flee to one of the boys wealthy widow aunt's home Far from the city's authority but they miscalculate just a trifle Hermia confided to Helena about the plan she unwisely tells the jealous Demetrius he follows the couple and Helena follows him Back in Athens the Duke Theseus is busy preparing a wedding feast Hippolytata the warrior leader he defeated in battle A little weird ? First you want to kill each other then get married love hate are this close She will soon become his bride Also six tradesman are secretly putting on a play to surprise the royals yes a play within a play Pyramus and Thisbe a Romeo and Juliet type of work you can guess about the uality Where are they going to rehearse the eerie woods of course Still this intoxicating forest has a secret it's haunted by unseen spirits including Oberon the King of the Fairies and Titania the ueen they reign here this dark fairyland by night Puck a mischievous hobgoblin does all their dirty or funny pranks depending on your point of viewPuck enjoys his jobvery much so Everybody arrives the lovers uarrel Bottom the Malaprop weaver acuires the head of an ass thanks to Puck scaring his timid friends awayLord what fools these mortals beSays the mischievous whirlwind Puck as a magic flower makes the lovers change partners their affections seem uiet fickleThe course of true love never did run smooth Remarks Lysander Enchanting fable a dream a poem an incantation funny too and has valuable lessons about the human condition Delightfula bit of whimsy My Favorite PlayAfter reading all Shakespeare plays I wonder why schools focus so much on the tragedies and not so much on the comedies We were never assigned a comedy to read in school but to me this is by far Shakes' best play hands down I'll take this over Hamlet Macbeth or RomeoI love the Puck and he has so many great lines in the stories This work gives me life I have seen several movie versions of this but I haven't seen the play in person bucket list One of my favorite uotes is I see their knavery this is to make an ass of me to fright me if they could But I will not stir from this place do what they can I will walk up and down here and I will sing that they shall hear I am not afraidIt's a uote that really empowered me in a time in my life I grew into the person that sent me to acupuncture school They shall hear I am not afraid by singing; it really meant so much to me and who I was I use to say that to myself all the time Somehow in the stress of school and doing all the hoops I had to jump through for school I lost that and now I am afraid of the world and sit in my house alone and this was before Covid 19 I have my family yes and I'm thankful for them but it's important to have friends too When I left home I haven't totally replaced my community and it's all my own fault I long to take back the power of those words and and not be afraid I use to love what made me so uniue and it's hard to get to at the momentThe fairy fantasy is sandwiched between a love story The best part of the story is the love story part but I love this whole thing the words the subject the love story and the fairies Someone made a modern movie based on this called Were the World Mine and several of these uotes are set to music and I have listened to those powerful songs hundreds of times I love it It's a gay take on the play and it's hilarious I would love to read this yearly and I just haven't It is a goal to claim To me this is one of the most brilliant stories told anywhere It rings at a deep level for me It brings me life joy and wonder It has to be one of the top 3 books of all time for me It doesn't get any better Re reading the play this time I couldn't stop thinking of of The Magic Flute Like Mozart's opera Shakespeare's play may have a silly plot composed of fanciful seemingly arbitrary elements yet through the power of absolute artistic mastery the framework of what might otherwise be nothing but a second rate masue is transformed by the unwearied attention of genius and in Shakespeare's case sublime poetry into a work of great resonance an archetypal myth Shakespeare's intertwined love polygons begin to get complicated from the start Demetrius and Lysander both want Hermia but she only has eyes for Lysander Bad news is Hermia's father wants Demetrius for a son in law On the outside is Helena whose unreturned love burns hot for Demetrius Hermia and Lysander plan to flee from the city under cover of darkness but are pursued by an enraged Demetrius who is himself pursued by an enraptured Helena In the forest unbeknownst to the mortals Oberon and Titania King and ueen of the faeries are having a spat over a servant boy The plot twists up when Oberon's head mischief maker Puck runs loose with a flower which causes people to fall in love with the first thing they see upon waking Throw in a group of labourers preparing a play for the Duke's wedding one of whom is given a donkey's head and Titania for a lover by Puck and the complications become fantastically funny

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