I started reading Shakespeare while I was in university, n A midsummer night's dream was the 1st book I read on the strength of my English teacher's recommendation.
Recently I reread this book, I thought it's more like a tragedy. It seems all happiness come from sadness. Just like most protagonists against tradition n look forward to a peaceful n free world, they even sacrifice themselves to achieve their dream. All that they do just on a foundation of love. As the book says, the course of true love never did run smooth. (True love casts out fear. As Yi Shu once said, all excuses r nonsense used to covered unwilling to sacrifice. ) I think this's the greatness of Shakespeare, he made the most beautiful marriages in the world.
Btw, @Alice, relationship must be chosen wisely, no one who ever gets out of a bad relationship looks back without wishing they made the move sooner. We may love the wrong person, but the mistake will help us find the person who is right for us. u r now with the power to shape ur day n ur future. Eyes should be ahead.
In love, we cried but finally we'll laugh. It's just like a midsummer night's dream.