“ What worser place can I beg in your love, -- And yet a place of high respect with me, -- Than to be used as you use your dog?” Helena says. (2.1.208-210) Both females have stood strong and waited long for their day of glory.
In their dialogues, all four lovers are all very educated and have a great source of vocabulary. During fights, speeches and even arguments they will use rhymes to talk to each other. “I swear to thee, by Cupid’s strongest bow, By his best arrow with the golden head, By the simplicity of Venus’ doves, By that which knitteth souls and prospers loves…,” Hermia says. (1.1. 169-178) “Demetrius loves your fair: O Happy fair! Your eyes are lode-stars;” Helena says. (1.1. 182-192) “Helen, to you our minds we will unfold: To-morrow night, when Phoebe doth behold…” Lysander says. (1.1. 208-213)
“There is no following her in this fierce vien: Here therefore for a while I will remain,” says Demetrius. (3.2. 82-87) All dialogues have a force of expressing an expression that can be felt while reading the novel. The use of vocabulary they use expresses the way they talk to. Demetrius has expressed himself confidant using the words tame when fighting with Lysander over Helena. (3.2. 257-259) Helena has expressed herself mad when she is arguing with Hermia using words like counterfeit and chronicled. (3.2. 237-240) Hermia has expressed herself furious using words like juggler and cankerblossom against Helena for stealing Lysander from her. (3.2. 282-284) Lysander has expressed himself confused when he has used words like half sleep, half waking. (4.1 145-152)
All sorts of feelings are felt in Midsummer Night’s Dream such as jealousy, angry, confident and many more. Both female lovers feel jealousy of each other. Helena feels jealous of Hermia because of her beautiful appearance, her relationship with Lysander and Demetrius falling in love with her as well. Hermia is jealous of Helena when Lysander and Demetrius are both under the love juice spell, which caused them to love Helena instead of her. All lovers feel angry at each other over love and friendship. Hermia gets angry with Helena because she thinks Helena stole Lysander from her. Helena gets mad at Hermia because of her complaining and her being selfish. Lysander and Demetrius are both confident and angry at each other because they are both fighting over for Helena and Hermia.
Based on the complex relationships in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, all the lovers have overcome problems, which cause them to fight and argue at each other. It all ends when Puck realizes he is wrong and changes things back to normal. In the end, all the couples are back together with their love ones, while all the confusion is gone.