By William Shakespeare
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40 39. Be it so: if it turns out that. 45 45. provided: laid down (by law). 54. in this kind, wanting your father’s voice: in this sort of case, lacking your father’s approval. 50 Hermia So is Lysander. Theseus In himself he is; But, in this kind, wanting your father’s voice, The other must be held the worthier. 55 CliffsComplete A Midsummer Night’s Dream Act I, Scene 1 31 Hermia I would my father looked but with my eyes. Theseus Rather your eyes must with his judgment look. Hermia I do entreat your grace to pardon me.
4. lingers: puts off. 5. step-dame: stepmother. dowager: widow. 6. Long withering out a young man’s revenue: wasting a young man’s inheritance. 7. steep themselves: soak themselves, be swallowed up in. 10 15 20 11. solemnities: formal celebrations. 14. Turn melancholy forth: banish sadness. 15. companion: a contemptuous term. 16. wooed: courted. 18. , mood. 19. pomp: celebration. 30 Act I, Scene 1 Egeus Full of vexation come I, with complaint Against my child, my daughter Hermia. —My noble lord, This man hath my consent to marry her.
CliffsComplete A Midsummer Night’s Dream Act II, Scene 1 Act II, Scene 1 53 A wood near Athens. Oberon plans to force Titania to give him her little Indian prince by magic. He will make her fall in love with whatever creature she first sees upon waking, and only release her when she obeys him. Oberon overhears Helena pleading with Demetrius, and tells Puck to use the same magic to make Demetrius love Helena. ACT II, SCENE 1 NOTES [Enter a FAIRY at one door, and ROBIN GOODFELLOW at another] Puck How now, spirit: whither wander you?
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Cliffs Complete) by William Shakespeare