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A Midsummer Night's Dream dramatises the power of the imagination to shape and to dissolve identity; this power is a source of
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A Midsummer Night's Dream dramatises the power of the imagination to shape and to dissolve identity; this power is a source of wonder but it can also be extremely disturbing.
In A Midsummer Night's Dream some of the main themes are magic, dreams, illusion and reality. It is a play about four worlds which combine and create a magical, yet creepy atmosphere where love is overpowered by the magic of the faeries. The whole play is based around the idea that there is a greater force out there that can step in a change how we think and what we do. This idea is intriguing to us because we want to learn more about this other world, but at the same time it is scary to think that there is something else out there that we don't know about and yet we don't want to know about as we don't like to think that there is something more powerful that can control us.
There is a great deal of confusion going on in the play which is at its peak in the middle section when the lovers are made to fall in love with the wrong
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