Wednesday, November 18, 2015

BR-2-16: A Midsummer Night's Dream    

  "I'm goring to take off the spell. And you, Puck, must do the same for that poor donkey." (P54. l3)
     This is the story of young boy, young girl, and fairies. It is difficult for me to understand  the end of this story, but I like this story. I was surprised that the law says daughters must obey their fathers in the ancient Athene. Hermia want to marry Lysander, but she couldn't do it because her father wanted her to marry Demetrius. If she won't marry Demetrius, she'll have to become a nun. I don't like the thinking of mans are great rather than woman, so I was very glad when Hermia married Lysander and Helena married Demetrius. I didn't want Oberons and Puck to play a trick for Titania because I like Titania. So I angried them because they played a trick of nonsense reason. But he apologized to her, so I felt happy
Sims, Leslley. 2005. A Midsummer Night's Dream. London: Usborn.

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