A Midsummer Night's Dream
William Shakespeare, Roma Gill
Oxford University Press, 1992 - Athens (Greece) - 96 pages
An exciting new edition of the complete works of Shakespeare with these features: Illustrated with photographs from New York Shakespeare Festival productions, vivid readable readable introductions for each play by noted scholar David Bevington, a lively personal foreword by Joseph Papp, an insightful essay on the play in performance, modern spelling and pronunciation, up-to-date annotated bibliographies, and convenient listing of key passages.
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Hermia The more I hate, the more he follows me. Helena The more I love, the
more he hateth me. 169 Cupid : the classical god of love, described by Helena in
lines 234-41 of this scene (see p. vi, and illustration, P-9)- 170 best . . . head ...
For, as a surfeit of the sweetest things The deepest loathing to the stomach brings
; 145 Or as the heresies that men do leave Are hated most of those they did
deceive: So thou, my surfeit and my heresy, Of all be hated, but the most of me!
Hated potion, hence ! Hermia 265 Do you not jest? Helena Yes, sooth; and so do
... 270 Although I hate her, I'll not harm her so. Hermia What, can you do me
greater harm than hate? 272 what news : what does this mean. 274 erewhile Act
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A midsummer nights dream is about four different stories that each event in them affects all of them. On stories is about the kings wedding, other one is about two cabals leaving Athens to escape the ... Read full review
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This is a play written by William Shakespeare. This is about a royal wedding, fairies, tradesmen and a messed up problem with people in love. First there is the royal wedding Thesues is going to marry ... Read full review