A Midsummer Night's Dream

By:Ryan Thomson, Ashlyn Roe, Josh Graybeal, Nyah Wilson

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Act 3, Scene 2, Lines 322-344

Hermia finds out her best friend Helena has stolen her love, Lysander. The sides have switched, Helena and Hermia are each insulting each other and fighting over who should be with who.

The most important quote in our scene is...

" To Athens will i bear my folly back, and follow you no further. Let me go."

act 3 scene 2 lines 315-316

In these lines Helena is basically done with all the drama and wants to go back home to Athens and let everything return to the way it was.

This quote is important because Helena is trying to end the problem but everyone else keeps carrying on, causing the conflict to get worse.

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Hermia, Helena, Lysander, And Demetrius character analysis

Helena

Helena is mad because Hermia blames her for stealing Lysander's heart. " A foolish heart I leave behind." Helena wants to be with Demetrius but Lysander falls in love with her by a spell.
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