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By: Rebecca Sass
I observed that the names of the characters seem way bigger than the other words. There also seems to be a lot words on the wordle. The main characters in this scene are Lysander and Hermia because there names are the biggest. These are important because in this scene they are fighting about whether to sleep together or not. Hermia doesn't want them to sleep together, but Lysander does.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
By: Bradley Keel
Midsummer Nights Dream
By Bradley Keel, Daniel Chang, Rebecca Sass, and Noah Yachi
By Daniel Chang
Shakespeare: I mean that my heart unto yours is knit So that but one heart we can make of it.
I just meant that our hearts are joines, so we can almost think of them as one heart.
Text to Film
The metaphor, Hearts are Knit, means that two lovr' hearts are linked together. They aren't literally linked but they love each other so much that their hearts become one. The two characters, Lysander and Hermia love each other so much that their hearts ended up sewing intro one hearts. This literary element means that they share their emotions, thoughts, everything to their lover without any harm. In a MidSummer Night's Dream, Lysander asks Hermia if he can sleep next to her. Hermia says no so Lysander he will lie away from her and he will not lie to her either. The theme is that love can bind people together and make them do weird things.
1)When Titania wakes up after Oberon puts the flower nectar on her, she will fall madly in love with the next person she lays eyes on.
2)Oberon mentions a cat and a bear in the spell he casts on Titania. The animals in the fairy song were dark creatures not friendly ones like the ones in the spell.
3.) In Helena's speech she says, how could hermia just leave Lysander here on the ground, without him being dead. Eventhough there is no blood or wounds, Hermia loves Lysander from the bottom of her heart and it doesn't seem right for him to be here, no Hermia. The autor, William Shakespeare, wants the readers to feel like Helena accually has feelings for Lysander, not pure hate for him.
4.) Lysander and Hermia's slight disagreement was deciding to sleep next to each other in the same area or to sleep some distance apart. The decision that was made to sleep further apart furthered the action of the play because it allowed Lysander to wake up and see Helena first not Hermia.
5.) "Lack love" means someone who is not loved and does not desrved to be loved because of their actions . Puck says this to Lysander thinking he is Demetrius because Puck watched Helena get shut out by Demetrius earlier in the forest. This misunderstanding will create problems since he uses the flower on the wrong person. This ruins Lysander and Hermias true love.
6.) Helen is questioning why all of a sudden Lysander would love her. She thinks he is mocking her and she doesn't deserve for him to make a mockery of her. This scene shows that Helena's character is not going to be fooled and that she doesn't think anyone would ever love her.
In the movie there are less words because shakespeare is very long. Some lines are skipped and some key songs in the book were skipped as well. During Act 2 Scene 2, the fairy song isn't sung which was in the book. Even though there are a lot of differences, there are some similarities as well. Lysander and Hermia escape the forest and Demetrius searches for Hermia. The movie made more sense to me because of the shots that expressed the thoughts, scenery, etc. For example, there were some
By Daniel Chang
In this scene Lysanader wants Hermia to sleep with him, but Hermia tells him to sleep further away. Then Puck mistakes Lysander for Demetrius and puts the love flower in his eye. Meanwhile Helena and Demetreus are fighting and Helena finds Lysander and Lysander loves Helena now. Then Helena gets angry at Lysander and thinks it is a trick.
Prose & Poetry & Figurative Language
The figurative languge adds more discription and vivid imagery. I think the characters speak in figurative language because plays can't take place were they take place in the store so in order to give the full effect play writers have to add figurative language.
by Noah Yachi
In this scene there is a clear example of control, Puck
controlling Demetrius. In Midsummer Night's Dream Puck wants to control Demetrius to put the love sequence back in order because Demetrius doesn't like Helena, but Helena loves Demetrius. Puck has planned to do this by using the flower nectar that Oberon gave him. The flower nectar is a strong love potion. Once put in the eye, they will be madly in love with the next living thing they lay eye's upon. Puck then put the nectar in Lysander's eyes not Demetrius'. This simple mistake shattered the whole love life of the young lovers. The character Puck controls many characters in the book but this one supports the theme control the best.
Track Theme Paragraphs
By: Bradley Keel
Demetrius tries to control Hermia in the scenes. Demetrius wants Hermia to love him but she loves lysander instead of him. There is a love problem in A Midsummer Night's Dream. Hermia loves lysander, Demetrius loves Hermia, and Helena loves Demetrius. On line 95 to 100, Demetrius tells Hermia he loves her and begs for her love. In the end, Demetrius is sprayed with a love potion by Puck and ends up loving Helena. Lysander ends up loving Hermia and Hermia loves Lysander. The love problem is fixed and now everyone is happy.
By: Daniel Chang
After puck puts the flower in lysanders eyes, lysander trys to control helena to love him. With the strong desire for helena he totaly disregards preves feelings for hermia and trys to convince helena that he should have been loving her the whole time and that he wasted his time with hermia. But helena trys to take control and tells lysander that she loves demetrius and he loves hermia.
by noah yachi
Helena tries to control Demetrius in this scene because Helena wants Demetrius to love her and is trying to force him to like her when he has made it clear that he doesn't like her and instead, likes Hermia.
This is a problem because each person loves someone else that doesn't love them back. In the end, he goes under a spell and starts loving Helena, so in the end everyone is happy.
By: Rebecca Sass
By: Noah Yachi
THANKS FOR WATCHING!
Annotations where hard for me because Shakespeare is not the most straight forward person. I had to read through it several times before I could understand some of the parts and start annotating even thow it seems that my group had an easier time then I did.