A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Act-by-Act Analysis

Test your understanding of this supernatural comedy. What is the function of the "love-juice?" What role do the woods play in upending and destabilizing the neatly organized categories our characters use to define themselves and their relationships? And why are Bottom's malapropisms so funny?

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General Analysis

The absurdist elements of this play — men turned to animals, meddling supernatural forces, and misplaced love — undergird the big questions. What constitutes love? How are happy endings constructed? Is all fair in love and war, or are there lines that cannot be crossed? Investigate the shifting and blurring of identities, the role of gender, and the nature of love and conquest with these questions on language use and social-historical context.

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Character Analysis

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Literary Devices

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Themes and Motifs

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Love

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