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HERMIA : Are you joking? HELENA : Yes, indeed, and so are you. LYSANDER : Demetrius, my challenge stands. I will keep my word with you. DEMETRIUS : I wish I had it in writing. I do not trust your word. LYSANDER : What? Should I hurt her, strike her, kill her dead? Although I hate her, I’ll not harm her so. HERMIA : What? Can you hurt me any worse? Hate me! Why? What is going on, my love? Am I not Hermia? Are you not Lysander? I am the same as I was yesterday. 51 Midsummer Night's Dream 09/13/06 9:01 PM Page 52 A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Last night you loved me.
To the men): Why do you let her talk like that? 53 Midsummer Night's Dream 09/13/06 9:01 PM Page 54 A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Let me at her! LYSANDER (holding Hermia back): Away, you dwarf, you mouse, you bead, you acorn! DEMETRIUS (to Lysander): You are too nice to Helena, and she does not want you. Leave her alone. Don’t take her side. If you show the smallest Bit of love for her, you shall pay for it. LYSANDER : Follow me, if you dare. We shall see Which one of us has more right to Helena. DEMETRIUS : Follow!
This is a trick they’re pulling to make me afraid. ) SNOUT : Oh, Bottom, you are changed. What do I see on you? (pointing to donkey’s head) BOTTOM : What do you see? You see a donkey’s head like your own, don’t you? (Snout exits. ) QUINCE : Bless you, Bottom! You are changed. ) BOTTOM : I see what they’re up to. They are trying to make a fool of me, to frighten 38 Midsummer Night's Dream 09/13/06 9:01 PM Page 39 Act 3 • Scene 1 me, if they can. But I will not leave this place, no matter what they do.