A Midsummer Night's Dream

What arguments does Lysander use to claim his right to court Hermia?

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Lysander uses a few different arguments for his right to court Hermina. He claims he is noble, rich, and that he loves her more than Demetrius. He also cites that his future prospects are just as good as his rival's.


A Midsummer Nights Dream