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Essay | "A Midsummer Night's Dream" Character Analysis of Puck

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"A Midsummer Night's Dream" Character Analysis of Puck

Summary: Essay provides a character analysis of Puck from William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
In the Shakespearean literature, A Midsummer Nights Dream, there is one character that is one of the most important characters in the play. He plays his part well. He contributes to this play to give it that twist that has made it a great play for hundreds of years. This character is Puck. Puck is a very odd character, as odd as he is, he plays an important role in this play, his bizarre actions affect certain events in the play, and for this, people may have different impressions about him.

Puck, or Robin Good-fellow as some know him as, is a very colorful character. He is portrayed as a spirit, an imp, and even referred to as a hobgoblin by one of Titania's fairy followers (Act II, i, 40). Puck has even claimed himself to be a goblin (Act III, ii, 431). He...

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