An Analysis On Who Your Favorite Character From A Midsummer Night’s Dream Is And Why

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The entire cast of A Midsummer Night Dream was full of many, many fun and interesting characters. They kept the play alive and intriguing as they each had very separate personalities. Each person was alive and left a very vivid impression in our brains after reading through the play. It is very hard just to choose one particular favorite character as they all are amazing. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, my personal favorite character would have to be Hermia because she is loving, virtuous, and patient.
To start off, my favorite character in A Midsummer Night’s Dream is Hermia because she is loving. At the beginning of the play, Hermia’s father is ordering her to marry a man she doesn’t love. When she hears this news, yes she is very, very troubled and sad, but she doesn’t have an emotional freak out in front of everyone. Once they leave the room, she and Lysander plan to escape so they may be married. Leaving her family and everything behind was a huge risk, but she was willing to do it for her undying love for Lysander. You could really see how much these two loved one another. In Act I, Scene I, lines 220-223 Hermia speaks, “There, my Lysander and myself shall meet, and thence for Athens turn away our eyes to seek new friends and strangers companies.” The abandoned their whole life for love which truly shows how loving she is.
To add on, Hermia is my favorite character in A Midsummer Night’s Dream because she is virtuous and stays true to her standards. In this world, people are always ripped from their pride when they don’t stay true to their faith, but all of all things to demolish one’s standards would be this sinful world. My moral standards have always been something I take so much pride in as I don’t let anyone deteriorate me from my path. Hermia also shows that she has values when she and Lysander are in the forest. In A...

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