A Mid Summers Night's Dream

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Act 1, Scene 1

- Theseus and Hippolyta discuss their wedding. "Aut nuptial hour draw on apace. Four happy days bring in another moon".

- Egeus complains about Hermia. "Full of vexation come I, with complaint against my child, my Hermia". 

- Theseus givs Hermia another option. "You can endure the livery of a nun".

- Lysander an Hermia elope. "Steal forth thy Father's house tommorow night, and in the wood... I stay for thee".

- Hermia decides to tells Dermirious were Hermia and Lysander went. "I will go tell him of fair Hermia's flight...and for this intelligence If I have thanks, it is a dear expence".

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Act 1, Scene 2

- Mehanicals meet at Quince's house to cast thir play. "here is a scroll of every man's name, which is fit throuh all Athens, to play in out interlude. 

- Botom want's to play all of the parts. "Let me play the lion too"

-Agree to meet in the woods secretly "We will meet, and there we may rehearse...At the Duke's Oak we meet". 

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Act 2, Scene 1

- Titania and Oberon fight. "Ill met by moonlight, proud Titania. What, jealous Oberon?"

- Obron comes up with the LII idea. "Fetch me that flower, the herb I showed thee once. I'll watch Titanaa when she is asleep, and drop the liquor of it in her eyes."

- Puck is sent to use LII to make Dem. Love Hel. "A sweet Athinian lady is in love with a distasteful Athinian youth. Anoint his eyes.

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Act 2, Scene 2

- Oberon applys LII to Titania. "When thu wak'st, it is thy dear. Wake when some vile thing is near."

- Puck mistakes Dem. for Lys. "Who is here? Weeds of Athens he doth wear."

- Lysander wakes up and loves Helena. "And run through fire I will for thy sweet sake... That thrught thy blosome make me see thy heart."

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Act 3, Scene 1

- Mechanicals reherse play in woods. "An here is a marvelous place for our rehersal."

- Puck turnes Bottoms head in to an donkey head. "Bess the, Bottom, bless thee. Thou art translated."

- Bottom wakes Titania. "What angel wakes me from my flowery bed?"

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Act 3, Scene 2

- Pucks mistake with Dem. and Lys. now visible. "wilt thou give him me? I'd rather give his carcass to my hounds."

- 4 lovers fight. "Thou see'st these overs seek a place to fight."

- Lysander has been de-spelled. "On the ground Sleep sound. I'll apply To your eye, Gentle, remedy."

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Act 4, Scene 1

- Titania dotes on Bottom. "Come, sit thee down upon this flowery bed, while I thy amiable cheeks do coy."

- Oberon releses Titania. "I will undo this hateful imperfection of her eyes"

- Theseus allowas two more weddings. "For in the temple by and by with us these couples shall be knit"

- Bottom wakes from his "dream". "I have had a most rare vision"

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Act 4, Scene 2

- Mechanicals wonder were Bottom is. "He cannot be heard pf. Out of doubt he is transported"

- Bottom reterns. "Bottom!"   

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Act 5, Scene 1

- Theseus and Hippo. talk about the strange events. "Tis strange my Theseus, that these lovers speak of"

- Play with in a Ply preformed. "A tediuos breif scene of young Piramis and his love Thisby"

- Puck appologieses for inconvenience. "If we shadows have offended think but this and all is mended. That you but slumberd here while these visions did apear."

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