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Although Tartuffe and A Midsummer Night,s Dream both are comedies, both teach us very different life lessons. In Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night,s Dream (1596) is acomedy about foolishness and jealousy. Helena is blindly and foolishly in love with Demetrius and Oberon wants take revenge against Titania. In MoliÃ¨re, Tartuffe(1596) is a comedy about hypocrisy and lack of trust in relationships. Orgon trust more to Tartuffe than his family members; Tartuffe is a total hypocrite as areligious person.
A Midsummer Night,s Dream teaches us about foolishness. The First person to act foolish in the play is Egeus by not allowing Hermia to marry Lysander. Egeus complainsto Theseus against Hermia, he says, â€œFull of vexation come I, with complaint against my child, my daughter Hermiaâ€ (301). It shows how foolish Egeus is to complainagainst his only child; nobody in the world would want to complain against their only child. Parents don,t want their children to suffer; Egeus is forcing Hermia tomarry Demetrius, even though she doesn,t love him. Egeus says to Theseus, â€œI may dispose of her, which shall be either to [Demetrius] gentleman or to her deathâ€ (301).This shows that Egeus is foolish enough to ruin his daughter life by giving these choices; if she doesn,t get married to Demetrius, she will be dead or Nan; which is atotal foolishness of Egeus. Parents like to help their children, not like to ruin their life. This also is an injustice to Lysander and Hermia, as they are in love andwant to get married. Helena,s character is foolish, because Helena is blindly in love with Demetrius. Helena knows that Demetrius hates her and loves Hermia, whichshows how stupid and foolish she is. Helena says to Hermia, â€œThe more I love [Demetrius], the more he hateth meâ€ (303), because all she is doing it to get him, ismaking him more angry and hateful to toward her. Nobody would like to have a person chasing them. Helena is foolish enough to tell Demetrius about Hermia andLysander,s runaway plan. Helena talks to herself, â€œBut herein mean I to enrich my pain, to have [Demetrius] sight thither and back againâ€ (303). Helena thinks that shewill get Demetrius by telling him about Hermia and Lysander,s plan, which is totally childish and foolish to think. Hermia and Lysander,s plan of runaway takes allfour into the woods. Where Helena tells Demetrius, â€œ[if you can,t give a place of high respect] than to be used as you use your dog?â€(307). Even though a person is inlove, he or she should have their own respect or dignity, which clearly Helena doesn,t have, she has really self-low esteem. This characteristic of her is ratherstrange and foolish. After Puck putted love juice into Lysander and Demetrius,s eyes, they both follow in love with Helena. Foolish Helena cannot believe that boththem love her. She believes that their love to her is a joke to her planned by both of them. Helena says to Demetrius and Lysander, â€œI see you all are bent to setagainst me for your merrimentâ€ (316). This shows how foolish and self-low esteem Helena is, She can,t believe that both them are in love with her. Shakespeare wants toteach how foolish a person could be in love using example of Helena and also how a foolish person can ruin his own child if the child doesn,t obey his command usingthe example of Egeus.
A Midsummer Night,s Dream also teaches us about jealousy. Helena is jealous of Hermia's beauty, because Demetrius loves Hermia. Helena says to Hermia, â€œO, teach me howyou look, and with what art you sway the motion of Demetrius heartâ€ (303), which show she is clearly jealousy over Hermia,s beauty and Demetrius loves for Hermia.After Puck putted love juice in Demetrius and Lysander, both of them fight for Helena. Demetrius says to Lysander and Helena, â€œI say I love thee more than [Lysander]can doâ€ (317). Jealous Lysander replies to Demetrius, â€œIf thou say so, withdraw, and prove it tooâ€ (317). This shows how jealous both of them are to one another; theyboth want Helena, and before them both used to fight for Hermia. On the other side, Hermia is now jealous of Helena as used to be opposite. Hermia says to Helena, â€œyouthief of love! What, have you come by night and stol,n my love,s heart from [Lysander]?â€ (317). This shows how jealous Hermia now is to Helena, that Lysander falls inlove with Helena and ditched her. Another example of jealousy is given using story of Titania and Oberon; they currently hate each other over many issues. Titaniaaccuses Oberon that he loves Hippolyta, She says to Oberon, â€œyour buskin,d mistress and your warrior loveâ€ (305). She was mentioning about Hippolyta. Oberon accusesTitania for her to love Theseus, Oberon says to Titania, â€œknowing I know thy love to Theseus?â€ (305). Oberon is also jealous of India prince that Titania brought withher. Oberon tells Titania, â€œI do but beg a little changeling boy, to be my henchmanâ€ (306). After Titania refuses to give the India Prince to Oberon, He comes up withplan to take revenge to Titania. Oberon is clearly jealous of Indian Prince with Titania. Oberon tells Puck, â€œHaving once [love] juice, I,ll watch Titania when she isasleepâ€ (307). By putting love juice into Titania,s eyes, Oberon wants her to look at some filthy creature, so that she can follow in love with him. Oberon says toPuck, â€œshe shall purse [animal] with the soul of loveâ€ (307). Oberon,s behavior to Titania shows how jealousy can make a person revengeful. Shakespeare wants to teachhow jealousy, that how jealousy can turn a person into revengeful and self-low esteem.