Illustrate instances and write a short description below each cell. Include Shakespeare as well as other authors. This juice causes the four lovers to fall in or out of love with each other. Her fairies always follow her commands. He is Hermia's father, who wishes her to marry Demetrius. This continues till Puck reverses his potion.
He is in love with Hermia and is one of the victims of Puck's love juice. Each of the lovers changes throughout the story, and each grows as a result of the foray into the forest. Many students struggle with the meaning of commonly used Shakespearean terms; getting them to use them in context before reading is an excellent way to cultivate the comprehension of vocabulary. The comedy that is produced in the play are both by Bottom and Puck because Bottom makes a mess of himself and the audience laugh at him whilst Puck causes mayhem between characters making us laugh with him because he enjoys playing practical jokes. Read an Oberon - The king of the fairies, Oberon is initially at odds with his wife, Titania, because she refuses to relinquish control of a young Indian prince whom he wants for a knight. He is cast as the lion in Quince's play to avoid having to learn lines.
Due to the magical juice, she falls in love with Bottom, whom Puck has made ass-like on the order of Oberon. The other characters have acknowledged the dream-like nature of their experience, but Demetrius still expresses doubt. When the theme is carefully examined, the reader can see there are multiple types of love working throughout the play. None of these characters have learned lessons or shown any growth over the course of the play. Peter Quince - A carpenter with literary pretensions who organizes some fellow workers into preparing a play he has written to present to Theseus and Hippolyta on their wedding day in which he presents the Prologue. Using a storyboard, students can visually demonstrate their understanding of these concepts, and master analysis of literary elements.
By pointing out these divisions in masculine and feminine behavior, Helena reveals another part of how the supernatural forest influences the identities of the characters. On their way away, they take shelter in the woods, where Puck anoints Lysander's eyes with a love potion by mistake, making him fall in love with Helena. Like Lysander, you are a model of a constant lover. Act 4: Falling Action The Duke, while riding in the forest, comes upon the lovers. Four happy days bring in another moon. He plays the role of Pyramis in Quince's play.
Titania, Bottom, and Puck are also dynamic characters. Most of the major characters - including Hermia, Helena, Demetrius, Lysander, Titania, Bottom and Puck - are both round and dynamic characters. Using a character map for Shakespeare is even more beneficial. Dynamic Characters The lovers are definitely dynamic characters. Fairy 2 - The fairy that assists Fairy 1, and watches over Titania as she sleeps.
Unbeknownst to Hermia, Helena is in love with Demetrius, and plans to tell him in hopes of winning him over. Phrases like this support a portrayal of Theseus as knowledgeable and full of answers about the natural course of events. He is also the first person, whom Titania sees first and thus falls in love with him. He transforms Nick Bottom's head into a donkey's. GradeSaver, 1 January 2000 Web. In this play, Puck causes a mess that inevitably needs fixing when he uses the magic flower to play Cupid.
The men want to fight over someone neither of them loves. This forces the king to trick her into falling in love with someone else, with the help of a little magical potion poured into her eyes while she's asleep. He begs the audiences' forgiveness for his embarrassing mistakes, and prays everyone remembers the play as if it were only a dream. Additionally, a staple of the Shakespearean comedy is ending in a reunion or marriage s. His example monologue here further reinforces this portrayal, due to its childish style and rhyme scheme robbing it of any grandiloquence. The plot in this one of Shakespeare's plays is comical and, at times, ironic. After sprinkling dust in each of the men's eyes, they both fall in love with Helena, forgetting Hermia.
However, while rectifying things, Demetrius truly falls in love with Helena. Due to the mischievous nature of fairies, issues again arise when Puck tries to intervene with the predicaments of Hermia, Helena, Demetrius, and Lysander, who have all run away to the forest. Titania is not, however, immune to the power of the juice of the magic flower, and the Titania we know disappears when she becomes the fawning creature in love with Bottom. He causes trouble by making Lysander and Demetrius both fall in love with Helena. It also seems that, like her husband, through the years she's had many an extra-marital amorous affair. There's a mischievous sprite, the King and Queen of the Fairies, a bunch of confused lovers. This illustrates how Theseus sees logic as more valuable and reliable than empirical knowledge.
Now everyone loves Helena, and no one loves Hermia. Bottom and Titania in a fairy bower Flat Characters Flat characters in A Midsummer Night's Dream include Duke Theseus, Hippolyta, Egeus, the Mechanicals with the notable exception of Bottom , and the majority of the fairies. Later, Puck makes his face again that of human and he is united with his friends. We later learns that Demetrius was engaged to Helena, but broke the engagement to marry Hermia. Finally, comedies contain complicated plots with twists that often keep the audience guessing what will happen next. In the end, only Puck remains on stage. Theseus reminds Hermia of the ancient Athenian law which states that she is to marry a suitor chosen by her farther or face death.
Storyboard these four plots and track how they come together. Like Titania, Queen of the Fairies and Oberon's wife, you are principled, proud, sassy, and highly respected. Philostrate - Theseus' Master of Revels. Peaseblossom, Cobweb, Moth, and Mutardseed - The four fairies Titania ordered to watch over Nick Bottom. Neptune is the Roman god of freshwater and the sea. The ability to visually see contrasts helps students with understanding, and assists in reviewing. Character Analysis Examples in A Midsummer Night's Dream: Having heard Theseus and Egeus tell Hermia that she must obey her father, Lysander finally speaks up for himself, defending his right to marry Hermia and his own qualities.