He goes on to list a number of these difficulties: differences in age: ("misgrafted in respect of yearsaE) and problems caused by "friendsaE or "war, death, or sicknessaE (771). He also says that these difficulties make love seem "swift as a shadow, short as any dream" (771). Because Hermia is forced by her father to fulfill his decision, to marry Demetrius, she reacts intensely and negatively to the choice lover by other's eyes among the barrier of love that Lysander tells her: "O hell! To choose love by another's eyesaE (771). And she comments, lovers must persevere, treating their difficulties as a price that must be paid for romantic bliss. Lysander and Hermia emphasize that the true love should be subjective and free way.
In contrast with Hermia, Helena thinks that love makes a person be blind. Although she is as beautiful as Hermia, she is distressed by the fact that her beloved Demetrius loves Hermia and not her. Demetrius loves Helena before doting Hermia. At present, he cannot see her beauty and has only Hermia in his mind. What makes the target of Demetrius's love changed Helena replies that the reason of Demetrius's