Midsummer Night’s Dream

Choose a quote from Acts III, IV, or V of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and discuss how it either A: reflects one
of the play’s themes, B: informs you about a character’s motivations and personality, or C: helps create or
resolve conflict for the narrative’s plot.
When you cite a quote from a Renaissance-era play, follow this format:
When Theseus says “Hippolyta, I woo’d thee with my sword, / And won thy love, doing thee injuries” (1.1.18-
19), he creates a sense of conflict and introduces the theme of romantic relationships going through a rough
patch.
What I am highlighting here is that the parenthetical citation includes the Act number, the Scene number, and
the Line(s) number. Note how the three go inside the parenthesis, are separated by a period, and are written in
Arabic numerals. Do not use Roman numerals. Also, line breaks are separated by a forward slash flanked by
empty space.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Globe Theatre in England. | A midsummer night’s dream, Midsummer
nights dream, Midsummer

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