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A Midsummer Night's Dream: William Shakespeare

A Midsummer Night's Dream William Shakespeare Book
by William Shakespeare

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The great William Shakespeare's classic comedy fantasy novel
Not a novel, a play.
" vyoleta says: on 51 minutes ago
Not a novel, a play.",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Do,nt be so Picky,,,Actually I quite like this Story(play) ,yes it is better seen as a play,but its still a good read..

I am not picky. There is a big difference between novel and play, especially when you talk about some one like Shakespeare.

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Lol bet lipsee never read a Shakespeare play .....because if he did hed know its pretty hard going to understand it . I had a friend left school at 14 yrs shes on dating site saying she has a degree . She did adult education course to get carers work . She meets guy off a dating site . He is actually university lecturer in the field she pretends to have degree in . They're having dinner first date she tells him she can't remember what she did in her degree !!!! No second date .So online there are people like her . She wouldn't be described as a scammer but a liar . What's the point pretending youre something youre not.? Youll get caught out worst part is when other person feels lied to taken advantage of . There's no shame in admitting you don't know something . I don't have a degree . Sometimes when I'm with person with degree I might not understand something I just say I don't understand that . People happy to explain and you're happy to learn . Just be yourself be honest . You dont have to lie honesty is always the best way . If you're caught lying the trust is gone immediately.
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Edited, Introduced and Annotated by Cedric Watts, Professor of English Literature, University of Sussex Its lyricism, comedy (both broad and subtle) and magical transformations have long made A Midsummer Night s Dream one of the most popular of Shakespeare's works. The supernatural and the mundane, the illusory and the substantial, are all shimmeringly blended. Love is treated as tragic, poignant, absurd and farcical. 'Lord, what fools these mortals be!', jeers Robin Goodfellow; but the joke may be on him and on his master Oberon when Bottom the weaver, his head transformed into that of an ass, is embraced by the voluptuously amorous Titania.
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