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In act ii, scene 1, of a midsummer night's dream, who is speaking to whom...

In act ii, scene 1, of a midsummer night's dream, who is speaking to whom in these lines? i will not stay thy questions; let me go or, if thou follow me, do not believe but i shall do thee mischief in the wood.
a. demetrius to helen
b. demetrius to lysdander
c. hermia to helen
d. lysander to demetrius
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