Courts in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
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The courts in Shakespeare's comedy are perceived to represent chaos and order, where the need to draw unity from these structures forces the humans to undergo chaos and the fairy kingdom to experience order. The result of this mixture of qualities strengthens the relationships of the characters from their respective kingdoms.
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