Monologue in a midsummer night’s dream
Monologue is an uninterrupted speech by a character in a drama, the use of monologue occurs
when a person is speaking his or her thoughts aloud, directly referring to another character, or
speaking to the audience. In the book a midsummer night’s dream monologue is used
excessively because the writer (Shakespeare) intended for the characters to interact with the
Bottom has just woken up after having a strange “dream” and talking to himself he tries to
think of whst his dream could mean but decides that no man should ever say such madness.
(IV.i.199-216). Like Bottom Hermia wakes up after having a nightmare(strange dream) and
screams at Lysander to “help” her only to realize that he is not there, no one is around to hear
her scream for “help” therefore it is another example of a monologue(II.ii.151-162).
Helena contradicts what Hermia was telling her earlier, (that she hopes Demetrius will love her
back) she does not think Demetrius will ever love her back unless she tells him Hermia’s plan.
Hermia knows noth…