A Mid Overlook of Shakespeare

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For many the answer to that question is yes but thinking logically you can’t choose love. "I would my father looked but with my eyes." (Act I scene 1 line 57 Hermia). Hermia’s father Egeus has chosen for her a husband. Hermia is in love with someone already...
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For many the answer to that question is yes but thinking logically you can’t choose love. "I would my father looked but with my eyes." (Act I scene 1 line 57 Hermia). Hermia’s father Egeus has chosen for her a husband. Hermia is in love with someone already...
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