A Midsummer Night's Dream Free Audiobook Download by William Shakespeare

A Midsummer Night's Dream is a 1619 play by William Shakespeare. It has also been adapted for film twice, and once for television. The play tells the story of Theseus and Hippolyta, as well as Oberon, Titania, Puck, and Bottom.

This version of A Midsummer Night's Dream has made it to the top 10 best audiobook downloads on the website Audible.com. This book is a tragedy revolving around love and contains many humorous moments. It was written in 1595 and is still performed today. The author uses language that was beautifully poetic and engaging

A Midsummer Night's Dream is the oldest surviving comedy in the English language, and is often considered to be one of Shakespeare's most lyrical and romantic comedies. Set in Athens on the eve of a festival celebrating the god Dionysus, the play tells the story of four young Athenian lovers who are trying to hide their identities from an old man who scolds them for kissing and dancing romantically in public.

"A Midsummer Night's Dream" is a romantic comedy in which these two lovers, Nick Bottom and Helena are thrust into the magical world of fairies. They meet up with the other fairies who tell them that they may stay as long as they like but must agree to one condition. More specifically, the fairy queen Titania does not want anyone to ever be able to leave her forest again, unless it is for their death.

A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy by William Shakespeare. It follows the story of Helena, an Athenian girl who falls in love with Demetrius, a handsome young man who doesn't know he's already engaged to her older sister. Helena enlists the help of three fairies (Nymphs) in order to navigate the dangers of this deception.

The night is filled with the sounds of revelry, live music, and merry-making. The young Athenian lovers are amusing themselves beneath a thicket of twiggy boughs. Their hearts are set on each other, but their eyes are drawn towards the strange spectacle that is unfolding before them as they watch Pyramus and Thisbe reach out to dance together in the moonlight.

Published Date 2003-12-27
Duration 2 hours 2 minutes
Author William Shakespeare
Narrated Paul Scofield, (null) Cast
(6 Reviews)
Abridged Yes
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Teen
Parent Category Historical, General

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