A Midsummer Night's Dream
Title : A Midsummer Night's Dream
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ISBN : 1298987202
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 212 pages
Category : babylon-5
Tags : best, mystery, movies, old, young-adult, sf

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  • Madeline
    Madeline

    A Midsummer Night s Dream, abridged DEMETRIUS I love Hermia LYSANDER Shut up, I love her MORE Anyway, you already hooked up with Helena.DEMETRIUS Who HERMIA I want to marry Lysander but I m already engaged to Demetrius and he won t leave me alone Two hot boys are in love with me, WHY IS MY LIFE SO HARD HELENA FUCK YOU ALL TITANIA Hey Oberon, I got a new Indian baby from one of my dead servants OBERON I want that kid hand it over, or I ll punish you with bestiality.PUCK Holy shi

  • Raeleen Lemay
    Raeleen Lemay

    I really liked it when Lysander called Hermia an acorn.

  • Bill  Kerwin
    Bill Kerwin

    Re reading the play this time, I kept thinking 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 masque is transformed, by Shakespeare s sublime poetry, into transformative myth.

  • Riku Sayuj
    Riku Sayuj

    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

  • emma
    emma

    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.

  • Kat Kennedy
    Kat Kennedy

    It s still as awesome as I remember Though, unfortunately, causes me some initial irritation with The Iron King.Robbie Goodfellow is a wicked spirit running around having fun and pulling ridiculous pranks He s not a serious teenage boy who is dramatic and suspenseful or mysterious or sexy.Why do we have to turn everything into sexy these days Why does every male character have to suddenly fit the romantic male archetype Why are mythological creatures becoming obsessed with teenage girls

  • Cait • A Page with a View
    Cait • A Page with a View

    Fairies Shakespeare is like the best mix ever.

  • James
    James

    Book Review 4 out of 5 stars to

  • Ted
    Ted

    3 1 2 stars 3 3 4 Just upped the rating when I realized that I d given 3 1 2 to King John, Pericles, and The Taming of the ShrewI made a plan in early 2014 to read all of Shakespeare s plays Not in 2014, but in the rest of my days.Naturally this plan relied on some assumptions.First, all plays would be treated as if I d never yet read them which was true for most of them.Second, I assumed that reading one play every three months would be reasonable There are 37 plays, hence a little over nin

A Midsummer Night's Dream