A Midsummer Nights Dream

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This same progeny of evils comes from our debate
Titania, Magic, Disorder
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For her sake I will not part with him
Titania, Love
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Then I must be thy lady
Titania, Marriage
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Not for thy fairy Kingdom
Titania
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What angel wakes me from my flowery bed?
Titania
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I love thee
Titania, Bottom, Love
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Methought I was enamoured of an ***
Titania
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The fairyland buys not the child of me
Titania, Females
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Deceiving me is Thisbe's cue
Bottom
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An ***'s nole I fixed upon his head
Bottom, Puck, Magic, Metamorphosis
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Let me play Thisbe too
Bottom
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Ninny's tomb
Bottom
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Comedy of Pyramus and Thisbe
Bottom
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Shall be called Bottom's dream because it hath no bottom
Bottom, Dream
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Thou art changed
Bottom, Metamorphosis
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Frights the maidens of the villagery
Puck
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Shrewd and knavish sprite
Puck
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Misleads night wanderers laughing at their harm
Puck, Disorder, Power
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For three foot stoll mistaketh me
Puck, Magic, Metamorphosis
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I jest to Oberon
Puck, Power
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Lord what fools these mortals be
Puck
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Servant
Puck, Power
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This is thy negligence
Puck, Disorder
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Thou hast mistaken quite
Puck
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Squeezes the juice onto Lysanders eyes
Puck, Magic, Disorder
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Our renowned Duke
Theseus, Power
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Your father should be as a god
Theseus, Power
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Never anything can be amiss if simpleness and duty tender it
Theseus
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Egeus I will overbear your will
Theseus, Love
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Either to die the death or to abjure forever the society of men
Theseus, Hermia
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No doubt they rose up early to observe the rite of May
Theseus
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These couples shall be eternally knit
Theseus, Love, Marriage
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The anguish of a torturing hour
Theseus, Love
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She lingers my desires
Theseus, Love
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I am sick when I do look on thee
Demetrius
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Demetrius my lord
Demetrius
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Disdainful youth
Demetrius
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I frown upon him yet he loves me still
Demetrius, Hermia, Love
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Made love to Nedar's daughter
Demetrius
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Mine own and not mine own
Demetrius, Magic, Helena
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I had rather give his carcasse to my hounds
Demetrius
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Leave thee to the mercy of wild beasts
Demetrius
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The pleasure of mine eye is only Helena
Demetrius
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I shall do thee mischief in the woods
Demetrius
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I love thee not therefore pursue me not
Demetrius, Love
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Painted maypole
Helena
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Two lovely berries moulded on one stem
Helena, Hermia, Friendship
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Strike me/ Spurn me/ Neglect me
Helena, Females
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Sweet Athenian lady loves a disdainful youth
Helena, Love
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Use me but as your Spaniel
Helena, Females
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I will go tell him of fair Hermia's flight
Helena, Females
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I see you are bent sent against me for your merriment
Helena
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She hath blessed and attractive eyes
Hermia
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I am not yet so low that my nails can reach unto thine eyes
Hermia, Females
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I may dispose of her
Hermia, Power
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Though she be but little she is fierce
Hermia
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Dwarfish
Hermia
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None but your beauty
Hermia
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I swear to thee by cupid's strongest bow
Hermia, Love, Lysander
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Fair Hermia
Hermia
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Two lovely berries moulded on one stem
Hermia, Helena, Love
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Two seeming bodies but one heart
Hermia, Helena, Love
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End life when I end loyalty
Lysander, Love
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Lysander riddles very prettily
Lysander
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Withdraw and prove it
Lysander
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I am my lord, as well derived as he
Lysander, Power
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Two bosoms interchanied with an oath
Lysander, Love, Hermia
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Not Hermia but Helena I love
Lysander, Love
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This man hath bewitched the bosom of my child
Lysander
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Although I hate her, I'll not harm her so
Lysander
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Warrior love
Hippolyta, Females, Power
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Bouncing Amazon
Hippolyta, Females
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Hounds of Sparta
Hippolyta
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I love not to see wretchedness
Hippolyta
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My Theseus
Hippolyta, Love
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I was with Hercules and Cadmus once
Hippolyta, Females
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He hath played on this prologue like a child on a recorder
Hippolyta
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Queen of the Amazons
Hippolyta, Female, Power
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All their minds transfigured so together
Hippolyta, Dreams
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I torment thee for this injury
Oberon
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Which by us shall blessed be
Oberon, Order, Magic
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Come my Queen
Oberon, Power
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The King
Oberon, Power
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Madly dote upon the next live creature it sees
Oberon, Magic, Disorder
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Ill met by moonlight proud Titania
Oberon
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Am not I thy lord?
Oberon, Power
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Why should Titania cross her Oberon?
Oberon
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Annoint his eyes
Oberon, Magic, Disorder
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I'll make her render up her page to me
Oberon, Power
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Never mole, hairlip nor scare
Oberon, Magic, Order
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Contagious fogs/ Rheumatic diseases
Disorder, Magic
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Full of vexation come I, with complaint against my child
Disorder
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Do you amend it?
Order
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Removing ***'s head
Order
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Shall seem a dream and fruitless vision
Order, Dream
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These couples shall be eternally knit
Marriage, Love
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Our nuptial hour draws on apace
Marriage
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This man hath my consent to marry her
Marraige, Power
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There gentle Hermia, may I marry thee
Marraige, Love
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Come
Power
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Philomel
Metamorphosis
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Another moon
Metamorphosis, The Moon
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What change is this sweet love?
Metamorphosis
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Who will not change a raven for a dove?
Metamorphosis
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Let us recount our dreams
Dreams
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Fierce vexation of a dream
Dreams
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Diana's alter
The Moon
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Old moon wanes
The Moon
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Ill met by moonlight
The Moon
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Reason and love keep little company together
Love
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The law upon his heasd
Love
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The course of true love never did run smooth
Love
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I rear up her boy
Love
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Up and down, up and down
Magic
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All the power this charm doth owe
Magic
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My mistress with a monster is in love
Love, Magic
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Frame thy tongue
Magic
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Political power impinges on and shapes women's lives
Irene Dash
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Create and destroy him
Louis Adrian
119 of 133
Dominate and reject the male
Louis Adrian
120 of 133
Lax hold that principles have on the female heart
Coleridge
121 of 133
Magic woods and find themselves in confusion
G.Knight
122 of 133
Reasonable and unreasonable
Paul Olson
123 of 133
The forest is to choose madness
Paul Olson
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Darkness, evil and disorder
Paul Olson
125 of 133
Frightening/Disturbing
Stephen Fender
126 of 133
Can literally erase any trace of human order
Stephen Fender
127 of 133
Parents were advised not to force unpleasant matches on their offspring
Paul Olson
128 of 133
Reasonable and unreasonable love
Paul Olson
129 of 133
Permission of parents
Paul Olson
130 of 133
The lovers are absurd
G. Hunter
131 of 133
Claaify except as a dream, a means of dismissing it as unreal
David Young
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The contrast between seeming and being
Allardyce Nicolls
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