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A Midsummer Night's Dream - Greek Mythology
Transcript of A Midsummer Night's Dream - Greek Mythology
Theseus- He is a hero from Greek Mythology. He has strength and courage as well as being wise and intelligent. He was also the first King of Athens and married to, the queen of Amazon's, Hippolyta.
Hippolyta- She was the Queen of the Amazons and was married to the Greek hero Theseus.
Titania: She is the Queen of Fairies and is married to the King of Fairies, Oberon. Titania relates to Hera. Hera is the greek godess of marriage and women. She is also married to Zeus.
Oberon: He is the King of the Fairies and married to Titania. Oberon realatres to the good Zeus because of his character traits. Zeus is a very powerful figure and so is Oberon in the story. King of the Gods, the ruler of mount Olympus and the god of the sky, weather, thunder, lightning, law, order and faith
Puck: Puck is a small love fairy that always gets himself into trouble. He relates to the Greek mythological love fairy, Cupid. Cupid originated from a god called Eros. Eros was the greek god of love and beauty
“Flower of this purple dye, Hit with Cupid’s archery".
This quote comes from puck. It shows his mischievous ways and how he is trying to help with love. The quote also relates to Greek Mythology as Puck is the character that relates to Cupid.
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In Shakespeare's play's he refers to many Greek Gods and Goddesses
through his characters. A Midsummer Night's Dream is one of many Shakespearean plays containing the names of Ancient Greek characters. It is a twisted love story with complications and resolutions.
by Olivia and Sienna