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A Midsummer Night's Dream Summary. After the happy couple leaves, Helena decides to squeal to Demetrius about Hermia and Lysander's plan to run away

A Midsummer Night's Dream Summary. Theseus is VERY excited about getting hitched (in just four days) and spending his wedding night with Hippolyta. After the happy couple leaves, Helena decides to squeal to Demetrius about Hermia and Lysander's plan to run away. That way, Demetrius is sure to follow the runaway lovers, and then Helena can follow Demetrius, which will be fun and cost her nothing but her dignity. With that, we have the makings of a romantic chase.

A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 1595/96.

8 A Midsummer Night s Dream Act I Response Notes A. Plot: Write 5 CDs about the plot of this act: B. Select . Select one significant quote in this chapter. Write it below, include page number. 14 ENGLSIH 10 A MIDSUMMER NIGHT S DREAM WRITING ASSIGNMENT SECTION 2: (Act 1) DRAFTING: Write two paragraphs in which you either defend or attack the rights of Hermia in Act one. Use specific lines from the text to illustrate your points. PART OF ESSAY Topic sentence for paragraph 1 YOUR EXAMPLE MEET STANDARD?

Shakespeare's a Midsummer Night's Dream (Monarch Notes) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0671006389

ISBN: 067100638X

Author: Eve Leoff

Category: Teaching and Education

Subcategory: Studying & Workbooks

Language: English

Publisher: Monarch Notes (June 1, 1976)

Pages: 88 pages

ePUB size: 1167 kb

FB2 size: 1567 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 382

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Zeueli
Love it.
Zeueli
Love it.
Hanelynai
After I sadly lost an auction for a first edition of Midsummer Night's Dream with 1906 drawings by Arthur Rackham, I found and ordered this version -- a faithful copy. I'm delighted -- and not out so much money! :-)
Hanelynai
After I sadly lost an auction for a first edition of Midsummer Night's Dream with 1906 drawings by Arthur Rackham, I found and ordered this version -- a faithful copy. I'm delighted -- and not out so much money! :-)
Andromathris
I'm an avid collector of all books to do with fairies. This will take its place as a favorite among all my books. The play is magical, and the mix of genius -- Shakespeare's words and Rackham's imagery -- transported me to another world. There's nothing like it!!! As a fairy photographer/artist [...] I'm passionate about this genre and have have seen many of Rackham's illustrations before. It is really great to see them here with the story. There are the color copies from the plates, but also a plethora of elegant and whimsical pen and ink fairy drawings that introduce the chapters and decorate the pages that I'd never seen. Oh for joy. The pages appear to be copied from the original book (as if duplicated by scanning the original 1908 pages, but cleaned up to look new and enlarged), and they did a great job. The quality of the color reproductions is very good, especially for a paperback in this price range. I would love to have this in a hardback -- the publishers would do well to create an even fancier edition of this hearthrob -- the same size but with a more vintage-look and feel. The soft paperback tends to splay in my hands in its large format. This is a keeper and one that I'd like to last for years. Go check out the reviews on other publications of this play by itself without the illustrations -- you will find an audience that has been spellbound.

I also found a university site with the original book binding and almost all the images in the book scanned -- these are fabulous references:

[...]

This is one of those books for which I'd enjoy having the first edition. The original had around 40 bookplates. My websearch found only a subsequent edition (with 16 plates) for $200! Nery a copy of the original 1908 version was to be found. I wonder what THAT would go for!? Please let me know if you find one for a reasonable amount, which I doubt would happen. -- Antonia
Andromathris
I'm an avid collector of all books to do with fairies. This will take its place as a favorite among all my books. The play is magical, and the mix of genius -- Shakespeare's words and Rackham's imagery -- transported me to another world. There's nothing like it!!! As a fairy photographer/artist [...] I'm passionate about this genre and have have seen many of Rackham's illustrations before. It is really great to see them here with the story. There are the color copies from the plates, but also a plethora of elegant and whimsical pen and ink fairy drawings that introduce the chapters and decorate the pages that I'd never seen. Oh for joy. The pages appear to be copied from the original book (as if duplicated by scanning the original 1908 pages, but cleaned up to look new and enlarged), and they did a great job. The quality of the color reproductions is very good, especially for a paperback in this price range. I would love to have this in a hardback -- the publishers would do well to create an even fancier edition of this hearthrob -- the same size but with a more vintage-look and feel. The soft paperback tends to splay in my hands in its large format. This is a keeper and one that I'd like to last for years. Go check out the reviews on other publications of this play by itself without the illustrations -- you will find an audience that has been spellbound.

I also found a university site with the original book binding and almost all the images in the book scanned -- these are fabulous references:

[...]

This is one of those books for which I'd enjoy having the first edition. The original had around 40 bookplates. My websearch found only a subsequent edition (with 16 plates) for $200! Nery a copy of the original 1908 version was to be found. I wonder what THAT would go for!? Please let me know if you find one for a reasonable amount, which I doubt would happen. -- Antonia
Jia
The story along with the images! Grate. Most of the books of its king feature only the plates with a brief description and the reader has to know the story to really understand and feel the image. Colour reproduction is not the best possible though. I have seen on the web the same images looking brighter and better. All in all it is a good book to have.
Jia
The story along with the images! Grate. Most of the books of its king feature only the plates with a brief description and the reader has to know the story to really understand and feel the image. Colour reproduction is not the best possible though. I have seen on the web the same images looking brighter and better. All in all it is a good book to have.
Elizabeth
Please keep in mind that Shakespeare's A midsummer night's dream (Monarch notes) (Monarch notes) by Eve Leoff is just as it says, Monarch Notes. A simple way to know the subject matter in a very condensed and abridged version great for those who do not have the time to read the book in its entirety. No illustrations are in it!
Elizabeth
Please keep in mind that Shakespeare's A midsummer night's dream (Monarch notes) (Monarch notes) by Eve Leoff is just as it says, Monarch Notes. A simple way to know the subject matter in a very condensed and abridged version great for those who do not have the time to read the book in its entirety. No illustrations are in it!
Quellik
I read the reviews and bought this ine only for the sake of the illustrations. MUCH to my surprise, there were NONE in the book.

This book is a "photoed" copy of an edition from 1890. As such, interesting but not what I thought.
Quellik
I read the reviews and bought this ine only for the sake of the illustrations. MUCH to my surprise, there were NONE in the book.

This book is a "photoed" copy of an edition from 1890. As such, interesting but not what I thought.