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I must now go to Oberon. 29 Midsummer Night's Dream 09/13/06 9:01 PM Page 30 A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Puck exits. ) HELENA : Stay—even if you kill me, sweet Demetrius. DEMETRIUS : I tell you, go away! Do not chase me like this. HELENA : Oh, would you leave me alone in the dark? Do not go. DEMETRIUS : Stay at your own risk. I’m going on alone. ) HELENA : I am breathless from this chase. If I go on, I’m sure to lose face. 30 Midsummer Night's Dream 09/13/06 9:01 PM Page 31 Act 2 • Scene 2 Happy is Hermia, wherever she lies, For she has blessed and pretty eyes.
That is when I got my chance with him. I set a donkey’s head on his shoulders. Soon his Thisbe called him. At this cue, He left the bushes and went back to the grassy stage. The other actors saw him With the donkey’s head. Afraid of him, They flew like wild geese from a hunter. They rose and quacked and ran screaming. ” Their sense was weak, their fears were strong. 42 Midsummer Night's Dream 09/13/06 9:01 PM Page 43 Act 3 • Scene 2 They began to think that the bushes and thorns were grabbing at their clothes.
HELENA : With Demetrius. LYSANDER : Don’t be afraid. She shall not harm you, Helena. HELENA : Oh, when she is angry, she is strong! She was a vixen when she was in school. She may be little, but she is fierce. HERMIA : “Little” again! Nothing but “low” and “little”! (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.