Your stories and the meaning of life
December 15, 2017
Sustainable Performance Phase – Discussion
December 15, 2017

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1.?Threatening?to?destroy?childhood?friendships?of?Helena?and?Helena.
Quote:?Hermia?says:??O?me,?you?juggler,?you?canker?blossom/You?thief?of?love!What,?have?you?come?by
night/And?stol?n?my?love?s?heart?from?him???(3.2.300?303)
2.?Giving?Hermia?and?Lysander?a?reason?to?go?against?the?Athenian?law.?Based?on?Athenian?law,?Hermina?either
marry?Demitrius?or?die;?however,?she?still?choose?to?run?away?with?Lysander?even?though?if?she?caught?by?her
father,?she?may?a?death.
Lysander?tells?Hermia?to?run?away?with?him:??If?thou?lovest?me?then?/?steal?forth?thy?father’s?house?to?morrow
night??(1.1.165?166)
Egeus?says:??I?beg?the?ancient?privilege?of?Athens/?As?she?is?mine,?I?may?dispose?of?her/Which?shall?be?either?to
this?gentleman/Or?to?her?death,?according?to?our?law??(1.1.42?45)
Hermia?promises?to?go?with?Lysander:??I?swear?to?thee,?by?Cupid’s?strongest?bow/By?his?best?arrow?with?the
golden?head/By?the?simplicity?of?Venus’?doves/By?that?which?knitteth?souls?and?prospers?loves/And?by?that?fire
which?burn’d?the?Carthage?queen/When?the?false?Troyan?under?sail?was?seen/By?all?the?vows?that?ever?men?have
broke,/In?number?more?than?ever?women?spoke??(1.1.172?181)
3.?Some?people?may?argue?that?magic?is?the?strongest?force?to?manipulate?love?and?alter?reality?(Evidence:?Love
juice?changes?Lysander?s?and?Demetrius?s?love);?however,?love?juice?was?originated?from?love.
Annalyze?the?quote:?1.?That?very?time?I?saw,?but?thou?couldst?not/Flying?between?the?cold?moon?and?the
earth/Cupid?all?arm’d:?a?certain?aim?he?took/At?a?fair?vestal?throned?by?the?west,?/And?loosed?his?love?shaft
smartly?from?his?bow/As?it?should?pierce?a?hundred?thousand?hearts;/But?I?might?see?young?Cupid’s?fiery?shaft
Quench’d?in?the?chaste?beams?of?the?watery?moon,/And?the?imperial?votaress?passed?on,?In?maiden?meditation,
fancy?free./Yet?mark’d?I?where?the?bolt?of?Cupid?fell:/It?fell?upon?a?little?western?flower,/Before?milk?white,?now
purple?with?love’s?wound,/And?maidens?call?it?love?in?idleness./Fetch?me?that?flower;?the?herb?I?shew’d?thee
once:/The?juice?of?it?on?sleeping?eye?lids?laid/Will?make?or?man?or?woman?madly?dote/Upon?the?next?live
creature?that?it?sees./Fetch?me?this?herb;?and?be?thou?here?again/Ere?the?leviathan?can?swim?a?league.??(2.1162?
180)
P.s:?It?will?be?helpful?when?you?can?provide?more?quotes?to?support?my?first?and?third?argument.
ESL 5
Block A

Thesis Sentence: This book invites the audience to laugh at the way the passion of love can make people blind, foolish, inconstant, and desperate. Nonetheless, love is also a strongest power in the book, threats to destroy childhood friendships, lets people against the law, and be a purpose for love juices, which is a magic can make you fall in love with anyone at first sight, exist.

Quote:

1. Lysander says: ?If thou lovest me then / steal forth thy father’s house to-morrow night? (1.1.165-166)
2. Egeus says: ?I beg the ancient privilege of Athens/ As she is mine, I may dispose of her/Which shall be either to this gentleman/Or to her death, according to our law? (1.1.42-45)
3. Hermia says: ?I swear to thee, by Cupid’s strongest bow/By his best arrow with the golden head/By the simplicity of Venus’ doves/By that which knitteth souls and prospers loves/And by that fire which burn’d the Carthage queen/When the false Troyan under sail was seen/By all the vows that ever men have broke,/In number more than ever women spoke? (1.1.172-181)
4. Hermia says: ?O me, you juggler, you canker-blossom/You thief of love!What, have you come by night/And stol?n my love?s heart from him?? (3.2.300-303)
5. Oberon says: ?That very time I saw, but thou couldst not/Flying between the cold moon and the earth/Cupid all arm’d: a certain aim he took/At a fair vestal throned by the west, /And loosed his love-shaft smartly from his bow/As it should pierce a hundred thousand hearts;/But I might see young Cupid’s fiery shaft Quench’d in the chaste beams of the watery moon,/And the imperial votaress passed on, In maiden meditation, fancy-free./Yet mark’d I where the bolt of Cupid fell:/It fell upon a little western flower,/Before milk-white, now purple with love’s wound,/And maidens call it love-in-idleness./Fetch me that flower; the herb I shew’d thee once:/The juice of it on sleeping eye-lids laid/Will make or man or woman madly dote/Upon the next live creature that it sees./Fetch me this herb; and be thou here again/Ere the leviathan can swim a league.? (2.1162-180)

 

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