A Midsummer Night’s Dream

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      “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is a famous comedy play written by William Shakespeare. It was most likely composed around the year 1595 or 1596 and is one of Shakespeare’s most well-known and frequently performed works. The play explores themes of love, magic, and the unpredictable nature of human emotions.

      The story takes place in Athens, Greece, and the surrounding enchanted forest. It revolves around the adventures and misadventures of several groups of characters whose lives become intertwined due to the influence of fairy magic. These groups include four young lovers, a group of amateur actors, and the fairies who inhabit the forest.


      From WikipediaA Midsummer Night’s Dream is a play by William Shakespeare. The exact date the play was written is unknown. It is generally accepted that the play was written in 1595 or 1596. It was first printed in 1600. In 1623, the play was printed in the First Folio, a collection of all of Shakespeare’s plays.

      Shakespeare’s sources include works by Plutarch, Apuleius, Ovid, Geoffrey Chaucer, and Edmund Spenser. He found a description of Puck in Reginald Scot’s The Discoverie of Witchcraft (1584). It is generally believed that the play was written for the festivities surrounding the aristocratic marriage of either Elizabeth Vere, Lord Burghley’s granddaughter, in 1595, or Elizabeth Carey, daughter of Sir George Carey, in 1596.

      The play is about four confused young lovers, a group of clumsy workmen, the royal court of Duke Theseus, and the royal fairy court of King Oberon and Queen Titania. The play is set mostly at night in the woods near Athens.

      The play has been made into movies on numerous occasions. One movie stars Mickey Rooney as the fairy Puck. Benjamin Britten wrote an opera based on the play, George Balanchine and Frederick Ashton have both made ballets about it, and Felix Mendelssohn wrote many pieces of music for the play which include an “Overture” and a “Wedding March”.

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      Publisher : Book.io

      Series : Shakespeare

      First Publication Date : 1600

      Author : William Shakespeare

      Genres: Comedy, Fantasy Fiction, Fiction

      Language : English

      Word Count : 16,511

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

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      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

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      William Shakespeare

      From Wikipedia: William Shakespeare (April 1564 – 23 April 1616) was an English playwright, poet and actor. He is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon" (or simply "the Bard"). His extant works, including collaborations, consist of some 39 plays, 154 sonnets, three long narrative poems, and a few other verses, some of uncertain authorship. His plays have been transla… Read More

      • “King Lear” is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare. It is one of his most famous and enduring plays, believed to have been written between 1605 and 1606. The play tells the story of King Lear, an aging monarch who decides to divide his kingdom among his three daughters based on their professions of love for him. However, the distribution of the kingdom leads to treachery, betrayal, and ultimately tragic consequences.
        The central themes of “King Lear” include the nature of power, the… Read More

      • “Romeo and Juliet” is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare. The play is set in Verona, Italy and tells the story of two young lovers from rival families, the Montagues and the Capulets, who fall in love and secretly marry. However, they are eventually discovered, leading to a tragic turn of events that results in the deaths of both lovers, as well as several other characters.
        In the end, the feud between the two families is finally resolved through the tragic events that have taken place… Read More

      • “Julius Caesar” is a historical tragedy play written by William Shakespeare, believed to have been first performed in 1599. The play portrays the conspiracy against Julius Caesar, a prominent Roman general and statesman, and his eventual assassination on the Ides of March in 44 BC.
        The play explores themes of loyalty, betrayal, and the consequences of political ambition. It also features some of Shakespeare’s most famous lines, including “Beware the Ides of March” and “Et tu, Brute?�… Read More

      • “Antony and Cleopatra” is a play by William Shakespeare that tells the story of the relationship between Mark Antony, one of the three rulers of the Roman Republic, and Cleopatra, the queen of Egypt. The play explores themes of love, politics, power, and betrayal, and it is set against the backdrop of the political turmoil in the Roman Republic. The play begins with Antony dividing his time between Rome and Egypt, where he is deeply in love with Cleopatra, but is also torn between his duty t… Read More

      • Othello is a play about a Moorish general, Othello, who falls in love and marries a Venetian woman, Desdemona. Othello is an outsider in Venetian society and faces discrimination and mistrust because of his race. Additionally, Othello’s ensign, Iago, manipulates Othello into believing that Desdemona is unfaithful, leading Othello to murder her and then take his own life. The play explores themes of betrayal of love, jealousy, racism, nature of trust, and the destructive power of manipulation a… Read More

      • Macbeth, a William Shakespeare tragedy, chronicles the bloody rise and fall of the Scottish warrior Macbeth. Guided by a prophecy foretold by three witches and his ambitious wife, Macbeth pursues power and the throne. He soon discovers that the prophecy and his ambition have clouded his judgment. Partly inspired by actual events, Macbeth is Book 2 of our Shakespeare series.
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      • William Shakespeare’s Hamlet is one of the most well-known and enduring plays of all time. The play tells the story of Prince Hamlet of Denmark, who is seeking revenge for the murder of his father, the king. Along the way, he must confront his own doubts and fears, and ultimately make a decision about what he believes is right. The play is known for its complex characters, dramatic plot, and themes of betrayal, madness, and the consequences of inaction.
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