In the image of Lysander, Shakespeare portrayed a young man who falls in love with Hermia. But his tragedy is that her father has a deep hatred for him, and the Athenian laws are not on his side. Lysander is very observant, noticing the deceitfulness of Demetrius, while the others admire his upbringing. Lysander is characterized by masculinity and perseverance. This is clearly demonstrated by the episode where he tries to convince Egeus in his love for Hermia and obtain permission for their marriage. But, despite all the obstacles, lovers are saved by magic. Lysander is an ordinary person who struggles for his happiness with all his strength. The destiny tests on durability. But, having shown nobility and courage, he finally achieves his goal, namely to marry Hermia.
Lysander in the Essays