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Why or why not? 3. What is your definition of true love? Do you think it’s possible for everyone to find true love? 4. As some of the biggest consumers of media/advertising, teenagers are constantly being bombarded with messages about love, romance, sex, and so forth. Which messages from television shows, movies, teen magazines, or other media do you think are good and why? Which are bad? 5. In the play thus far, what do you think is the central message about love that Shakespeare is trying to get across?

Who treats the lovers’ stories of enchantment and fairies with much skepticism? a. Egeus b. Hippolyta c. Peter Quince d. Theseus ___ 17. What do the actors do after they have finished showing their play to the newlyweds? a. They read the epilogue. b. They leave. c. They dance. d. They keep bowing. © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing 40 Shakespeare Made Easy: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Student Name Date CULMINATING ACTIVITY 1 Midsummer in Another Era Directions Lovers disobeying their parents and escaping to elope, love potions, partnerswapping—this play could have easily been set in the 1960s.

All of the above ___ 2. The actors are afraid that the lion will frighten the ladies watching the play. ___ 3. Hermia is taller than Helena. ___ 12. What is Puck’s full name? a. Puck Fairy b. Robin Goodfellow c. Quince Puck d. Puck Peaseblossom ___ 4. Hermia and Lysander secretly marry at his aunt’s house. ___ 5. Hippolyta is concerned that the actors will make fools of themselves. ___ 6. Bottom thinks that the donkey head/ Titania experience was a dream. ___ 13. Why does Helena become so upset with Hermia in the woods?

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