Throughout the play the characters alternate lovers often. A midsummer nights dream.
Shakespeare manages to travel us back to an era of old fashion parental love and warrior brides, and ties us to the present with the young love that has resisted the change of time. The four young lovers fall in and out of love with each other all within one night, and so does Titania with Bottom.
Although they bicker at one another, everyone finds their way to their true soul mate. Throughout the play, readers are shown that it is possible for love to be experienced in various ways. In both cases, the theme of the story is love between a young man and women and the lovers are the main characters about which the rest of the cast or characters in the story revolve.
Love is prohibited, true, lustful, and desired. Unfortunately Puck, whom Oberon had sent out, places the magic on Lysander to fall in love with Helena. True love is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Love tends to run on bumpy roads as people are too scared to fully put their trust in others.
The idea behind the proverb plays a central role in constructing the plot of the story as seen with the relationships, especially those of Bingley and Jane, and Darcy and Elizabeth One of his works, The Course of Human Events, was a lecture he wrote when he achieved the honor of speaking at the Jefferson Lecture.
Hippolyta was a warrior bride; she was clamed by Theseus as his bride, without any mutual feelings on his part. True love is like a precious black pearl, it is so rare that many believe it to be a myth, but Hermia and Lysander found true love according to the following excerpt said by Lysander from A Midsummer Night