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A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Shakespeare Global Introductions. Love’s Obstacles.

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love s obstacles
Love’s Obstacles
  • Young people in love often face serious obstacles. Write a paragraph in which you explain why people enjoy love stories, whether they end happily or sadly. Use at least three of the following words in your response: enrich, sustain, console, transform, unify.
  • Explain why romance is an inspiring subject for writers, painters, and composers alike. Use at least three of the following words: illustrate, contrast, emphasize, reinforce, adapt.
love s course
Love’s Course

Respond to the quote, “The course of true love never did run smooth.” What does this quote mean? Do you agree? Use three of the following words: challenge, perseverance, desire exemplifies, strengthens.

  • If you were suddenly blessed with the gift of magic, but you could only use your magic in one form, way, or purpose, what would you do with the magic? Use three of the following words: embody, restore, resolve, demonstrate.
  • Why do we dream? What importance/relationship do dreams have in our lives? Use three of the following words: significant, compliment, indicate, portray, symbolize.