"A Midsummer Night's Dream": A Contrast in of Opposites

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His decision may very well have been inspired by love, but the political ramifications of their marriage is a more plausible rationale. In fact Theseus' apparent love for Hippolyta seems almost as an added reward to an already beneficial partnership...
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Whether any attraction was there or not probably would not have made a difference. As king, Theseus must place the kingdom before his own feelings. It simply comes with the position. In short Athens represents the desire to suppress feelings and impulses and to make decisions based on logic...
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