By Bridget O'Dwyer
A latest retelling of A Midsummer Night's Dream, this tale of a 15-year-old American girl's event learning in a foreign country within the Irish geographical region borrows parts from Irish folklore and escapist-fantasy fiction. Adjustment to lifestyles with an Irish kinfolk is difficult in the beginning, yet she forges a bond along with her new university buddies whilst, past due one evening, they slip out into the encompassing woods and revel with fairy-like creatures at a mystical marriage ceremony social gathering. genuine settings in eire give you the backdrop for the tale, and the Shakespearean storyline serves good to depict an adolescent's step forward from outsider prestige to club in an enchanted society.
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Celtic Night: A Fifteen-Year-Old Girl's Modern Retelling of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream by Bridget O'Dwyer