Passion, a significant characteristic, is often expressed through the play. Her disobedience enrages her father so he presents Theseus with his dilemma, which does not work as well as he had hoped Gianakaris.
Even his lightest plays have serious undertones to them.
Well that depends, the works of William Shakespeare are very subjective and Shakespeare acknowledges that and lets us see that very clearly in the play. The plot of this story consists of four lovers: Hermia, Lysander, Helena, and Demetrius.
Through his masterful use of figurative language, Shakespeare examines the theme of the capricious and irrational nature of love These parallels concern themes and prototypical Shakespearian character types.
The four lovers know the direction in which their hearts are inclined to turn, but when the love potion is administered, the bounds of their rectangle are thrashed without knowledge or consent.
With irrational actions, people can ruin their relationships to ensure that they will never get what they want; however, other factors could intervene to help them get it.
The play takes a turning point as the fairy Puck, also known as Robin Goodfellow got involved One metaphor, personifying the word serpent, relates to the theme of uncertainty and surprise and accentuates the vivid characters and their relationships Eventually Forced love, lust, and misconceptions of love, fall into place causing a lot of commotion among the four lovers Why is love an evident theme?