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  • Bottom Awakens From His Dream
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    A Midsummer Nights Dream Character Analysis of Bottom the Weaver The play A Midsummer Nights Dream by William Shakespeare offers a wonderful contrast in human mentality. Shakespeare provides insight into mans conflict with the rational versus emotional characteristics of human behavior. Athens represents the logical side, with its flourishing government and society. The fairy woods represents the wilder, irrational side where nothing seems to follow any sort of structure. The character of Bottom...
  • Plays Within Plays And Dreams Within Dreams
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    The story "A Midsummer Night's Dream" tells about a group of characters that fall in love with each other. However, the whole play is all a dream. The dream also contains dreams within dreams. For example, Hermia had a dream where she fell in love with an ass, and at the end of the play Puck tells everyone that the whole deal was a dream, and that none of this really happened in real life. The title describes the story for it must have taken place in the midsummer type season and was a dream. Th...
  • Makes Inez Jealous Of Garcin
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    No Exit No Exit is a play that has no division into scenes. It has only one act. This play when it is performed on the stage last approximately only for one hour. The play is considered successful due to the Sartre careful conclusion, which is dramatic and follows the classic pattern of development. In the beginning of the play, the characters are introduced and the setting is presented. Garcin, Inez, and Estelle are brought into Hell one by one and are lead by a valet. Sartre gives the impressi...
  • Differences And Similarities Between Fantasy And Reality
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    The group of the forest, Oberon, Puck, Titania and her fairies, serve as the other end of the comparison. The fairies represent a fantasy world that operates according to a different set of standards than the real world. Living somewhere between fantasy and reality are the four lovers, Lys nader, Hermia, Demetrius, and Helen. The lovers are living in a dream like state; the essence of their relationships remains similar through the transitions from reality to fantasy and back. The final group of...
  • Beginning To The End Of The Play
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    The masks of comedy and tragedy are only distinguishable by a smile or frown, happiness or sadness, life or death. The same is true of Shakespearean plays. The comedies are known for their happy conclusions, reconciliation of the characters, a justification of events, and life at the end. On the other hand, the tragedies are known for their miserable conclusions, destruction of the characters, a question of why this had to happen, and death at the end. Comedies make us laugh, triumph in the huma...

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