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A midsummer nigth's dream

A midsummer nigth's dream


Hermia and Egeus

Hermia, in love with Lysander refuses to marry Demetrius, in contravention of Egeus's desire, his father. Demetrio, meanwhile, is loved by a friend of Hermia, Helena, whom he has abandoned to marry Hermia. According to Athenian law, the Duke Theseus gives Hermia four days' time to obey the Father's will, after which she will die.After last night in the woods, Demetrio is smeared with the juice of the flower that makes him correspond to Helena.


Titania and Oberon

Oberon and Titania, king and queen of the fairies who inhabit the forest, have quarreled because of a page.Oberon asks the sprite Puck, which will provide some magical flower whose juice poured on Titania's eyes while you sleep,(oberon is jealous and angry with Titania because she retains a page) make you fall in love the first being who sees when he wakes up.While Oberon has put the filter on the eyelids of Titania, who, upon awakening, found beside Bottom the weaver with a donkey's head rather than his own.Titania falls for him when he sees one, and requiebra for its beauty. The surprising Oberon, Titania who pities, and after recovering the kidnapped page, rubs the eyes of his wife with an herb that releases charm.


Hippolyta and Theseus

In preparation of Theseus's marriage to Hippolyta, two pairs of lovers are lost in the forest of unrequited love: Hermia loves Lysander, but is committed to Demetrius, which in turn is loved by Elena.


Finally,Before the new order, the lovers are apologizing before the law and married with Theseus and Hippolyta with the blessing of Titania and Oberon, who has regained the love of his queen and has made them believe all they remember is just the dream of a summer's night.


Shakespeare shows us in this play how women in this age change their role and begin to make decisions and confront what they do not like