Numerous critics have noted the important role of dance in this drama, suggesting that the rhythm of the play's poetry and the movement of the characters in and out of scenes have an underlying dance rhythm. The play belongs to the early-middle period of the author, a time when Shakespeare devoted primary attention to the lyricism of his works.
Thisbe comes back and sees Pyramus dead. The government closely regulated both, but particularly the public theaters. He argued that it should be seen as an ethical construct and an allegory.
He suggests authority and love, and has 2 dimensions: the statesman public image and the personal impending marriage private. He also emphasised the ethically ambivalent characters of the play. It is the moon that gives blessing to their wedding. Zimbardo viewed the play as full of symbols.
When she wakes up she finds herself in desperate need for comfort and soothing words of her lover who could help her overcome these negative feelings.
Bottom does represent the bottom in many ways, carpenter, weaver, taller Love is irrational. Shakespeare put together all those apparently defragmented pieces to create an entirely original plot, which looks like a patchwork.
The fairies that dance and frolic throughout this play were most likely derived from English folk tradition. He counted among them fantasy, blind love, and divine love.