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A Midsummer Nights Dream I really liked it when Lysander called Hermia an acorn. .TheseusI wonder if the lion be to speak.DemetriusNo wonder, my lord One lion may when many asses do , 1595 1596 4LysanderYou have her father s love, Demetrius.Let me have Haemia s Do you marry him There arethings in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy , 4 , The Tempest The Merry Wives of Windsor , A tedious short drama about young Pyramus and his love Thi 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 abs Book Review4 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 aBook Review4 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 mini review, as I do for classics this was my first time reading Shakespeare on my own, and I kind ofsaw that as a negative I like discussing Shakespeare in a classroom setting, and being motivated to mark up the text and otherwise process it fully I felt like I missed out on stuff here.also, this play felt so short maybe it s my edition s fault, for being 111 pages maybe it s how abrupt the ending was which is very or how flat the characters were, or how there were a sh t ton of them mini review, as I do for classics this was my first time reading Shakespeare on my own, and I kind ofsaw that as a negative I like discussing Shakespeare in a classroom setting, and being motivated to mark up the text and otherwise process it fully I felt like I m Man, being reasonable, must get drunk The best of life is but intoxication Glory, the grape, love, gold, in these are sunkThe hopes of all men and of every nation Without their sap, how branchless were the trunkOf life s strange tree, so fruitful on occasion But to return, Get very drunk and whenYou wake with headache, you shall see what then Lord Byron, Don Juan, Canto II, Stanza 179 If we offend, it is with our good will.That you should think, we come not to offend,But with good will To sh Man, being reasonable, must get drunk The best of life is but intoxication Glory, the grape, love, gold, in these are sunkThe hopes of all men and of every nation Without their sap, how branchless were the trunkOf life s strange tree, so fruitful on occasion But to return, Get very drunk and whenYou wake with headache, you shall see what then Lord Byron, Don Juan, Canto II, Stanza 179 If we offend, it is with our good will.That you should think, we come not to offend,But with good will To show our simple skill,That is the true beginning of our end.Consider then we come but in despite.We do not come, as minding to content you,Our true intent is All for your delightWe are not here That you should here repent you,The actors are on hand and, by their show,You shall know all, that you are like to know V.i.108 117 The Lightweight Satire A Midsummer Night s Dream is often viewed as a lightweight play, bu 3 1 2 stars 3 3 4 Upped the rating when I realized that I d given 3 1 2 to King John, Pericles, and The Taming of the ShrewHere I ve decided to add some comments about this project, finding myself about 30 months into itI ve read 10 of the plays so far, so I m on schedule all but one The Tempest reviewed I trust I ll get to that one soon The plan outlined below has been altered some, which can be seen by taking a look at some of myrecent reviews I ve tried to just go where I plea 3 1 2 stars 3 3 4 Upped the rating when I realized that I d given 3 1 2 to King John, Pericles, and The Taming of the ShrewHere I ve decided to add some comments about this project, finding myself about 30 months into itI ve read 10 of the plays so far, so I m on schedule all but one The Tempest reviewed I trust I ll get to that one soon The plan outlined below has been altered some, which can be seen by taking a look at some of myrecent reviews I ve tried to just go where I please instead of being rigid I ve tried different strategies for ordering the reading list For whatever reason, the ten plays I ve read are five comedies, three histories, and two Pericles The Tempest well, what the heck are they See my reviews if you care what I thought I ve added links to the plays I v The Arden Shakespeare Is The Established Edition Of Shakespeare S Work Justly Celebrated For Its Authoritative Scholarship And Invaluable Commentary, Arden Guides You A Richer Understanding And Appreciation Of Shakespeare S Plays.This Edition Of A Midsummer Night S Dream Provides, A Clear And Authoritative Text, Detailed Notes And Commentary On The Same Page As The Text, A Full Introduction Discussing The Critical And Historical Background To The Play And Appendices Presenting Sources And Relevant Extracts. A Midsummer Night s Dream, William ShakespeareA Midsummer Night s Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 1595 96 It portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta, the former queen of the s These include the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six Find all of my reviews at m sure there s some keyboard commando all primed and ready just waiting for a chance to chime in about how this isn t Facebook or talk about books and don t post stupid pictures To him her them I shall quote ol Bill himself and say Fucketh off with theeBecause I have read A Midsummer Night s Dream and I ve read itthan once Originally I read it back in the stone age as a high schooler who opted for additional l Find all of my reviews at m sure there s some keyboard commando all primed and ready just waiting for a chance to chime in about how this isn t Facebook or talk about books and don t post stupid pictures To him her them I shall quote ol Bill himself and say Fucketh off with theeBecause I have read A Midsummer Night s Dream and I ve read itthan once Originally I read it back in the stone age as a high schooler who opted for additional literature classes as electives rather than


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