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My question is about the story a midsummer nights dream, in act one
1. Why does helena wish her 'tongue should catch(hermia's) tongue's sweet melody'(189)

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    http://nfs.sparknotes.com/msnd/

    Go into this website and choose the act and scene you have questions about. Read carefully ... original Shakespeare on the left, modern-day English on the right.

    What do you think?

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    I have read the story I need help answering this question from act 1, scene 1!

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