A Midsummer Nights Dream
Act 3 Scene 2, Lines 345-405
Summary of Our Scene
Character Analysis of Demetrius
Demetrius is a man who loves Hermia and he is planned to marry her but she does not love him back.
Demetrius is significant because in this scene he shows how Puck's action of mimicking Lysander voice is confusing everyone. Demetrius also shows that he is willing to fight and taunt Lysander to get Hermia.
Demetrius, though lacking many lines, is trying to see through the fog that has occured and find Lysander, who was calling for him. (*It was actually Puck calling for him*)
Demetrius character trait of loyalty his causing him to pursue looking for Lysander because he doesnt want to believe he has truley lost Hermia.
Character Analysis of Puck
Character Analysis of Oberon
Character Analysis of Lysander
Lysander character is in love with Hermia but his love is forbidden by the Duke.Lysander is significant because Oberon and Puck are talking about how to fix Demetrius and Lysanders problem so without Lysander the scene woud not exist. In the scene Lysander has just awoken with the juice upon his eyes and Oberon can now see that Puck has made a mistake.
The conflict Lysander faces is that both Demetrius an dhim love Helena even though Lysander was supposed to loe hermi, so now they are fighting over Helena.
The character trait that affected the conflict is that Lysander was persistent throughout the scene and would not give up on getting Helena's love so therefore causeing the conflict between lysander and Demetrius.