Daily QUote

The course of true love never did run smooth

William Shakespeare

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, ACT 1 SCENE 1, LINE 134; LYSANDER TO HERMIA
William Shakespeare

Who were the best lovers in all of the world, in all time?

What did Shakespeare experience to know that love is a rough road?

Where did Shakespeare get all his ideas?

When does love run smoothly?

Why is Shakespeare considered such a fabulous writer?

How do we know what true love is?

9 Comments

      1. Here’s what I think: If you work for something and there are some setbacks every now and then and we overcome them all, the fruit at the end is absolutely worth it! It means so much more no when you realize that you
        ve overcome everything that life threw your way.

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  1. Some deep things to ponder about. It’s been so long since I last read A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Acting in a few Shakespeare plays & looking through the dialogue, reminds me of how relevant his work is to us today. Many modern works incorporate many of his plotlines, themes of love, betrayal, loss, and complex characterization. Shakespeare explored the depth of universally-known and meaningful feelings in humanity. Shakespeare was influenced by nature, Greek and Latin stories, Ovid, Seneca, Plutarch, Chaucer, the Bible.

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