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Lily S.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream Freytag's Pyramid Exposition The exposition is when Hermia is being forced to marry Demetrius, but refuses to. It also introduces the wonderful and amazing Bottom and the rest of the mechanicals. Here, you learn that Lysander is Hermia's true love and Helena is a crazy stalker who follows Demetrius. Rising Action The rising action brings in Oberon, Titania, and Puck. They make the story interesting by playing around with a love flower and making everyone's life miserable. Climax The climax is when the flower has been placed on Lysander, Demetrius, and Titania, so now Lysander and Demetrius love Helena and Titania loves Bottom. It's also when Puck puts the donkey head on Bottom, which is hilarious. This point in time has everyone mixed up and confused. The falling action is when the love potion's effects come off and things start to go back to normal, except for Demetrius. The donkey head comes off Bottom and the mechanicals head off to preform the play. Denoument/Resolution The conclusion of the book is when all the lovers are changed back to normal (except Demetrius)and the play, Pyramus and Thisbe, is preformed for and ridiculed at by the king, Hippolyta, and the lovers. Falling Action
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