A Midsummer Nights Dream Relationship Conflict

Topics: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Fairy, Puck Pages: 2 (397 words) Published: June 24, 2013
Love Gone Wrong Thanks to Fairies
The Course of True Love Never Did Run Smoothly
Love Gone Wrong Thanks to Fairies
The Course of True Love Never Did Run Smoothly

This Midsummer’s day there was a lot conflict in the fairy world, Queen Titania and King Oberon fighting over a changeling child and many other lovers disrupted in this fuss. Not long ago Titania, Queen of Fairyland, adopted a changeling child, she loved him and didn’t want to give him up, so when Oberon, King of Fairyland, decided he wanted the child Titania refused to agree and it started a fight between the two. Oberon was angry and gave a love potion to Titania which would cause her to wake up when something vile was near and then she would fall in love with it. She woke when Nick Bottom was there and still looking like a Donkey thanks to the mischievous fairy Puck, and then, of course, fell in love with him. Oberon and his friend/mischievous Fairy Puck were in the forest discussing plans, when in came Helena chasing after

Titania, left, with Nick Bottom when Titania loved Bottom.
Titania, left, with Nick Bottom when Titania loved Bottom.
Lysander but he kept telling her to go away and he didn’t love. Oberon saw this and since he still had the love potion he gave Puck some and told him make the young man love his lover back. Unfortunately Puck found Lysander instead of Demetrius and made Lysander fall in love with Helena. Helena did not wish to be with him and because she thought he was mocking her. Puck tried to fix the mess and did make Demetrius love Helena, but now both the men love Helena and she thinks they are all mocking her. Then Helena found then and had no idea what was going on and the group was soon spotted by Oberon and the matter was quickly fixed by some Antidotes and they became two happy couples. Just yesterday Lysander

married Hermia and Demetrius married Helena.
Meanwhile, while Titania was with Bottom, Oberon took the changeling for himself but even when Titania...
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