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Meddling with Love: Oberon in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

Summary: Oberon's motives in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare is an obsession with love and his meddling in the love among other people. But in the end, Oberon's intentions are honorable.
Is Oberon a friend to lovers? The answer to this question begins with the play A Midsummer Night's Dream (MND) by William Shakespeare. The play portrays Oberon as the King of Faeries who is mad at his wife Titania, the queen, for trying to raise a a mortal boy. Although it may seem that Oberon is not a friends to lovers, beyond the surface there are several clues to prove otherwise. Firstly, his ultimate revenge is his wife is through love. Also, the fact that, in this story, Oberon choses to meddle with the love lives of the Athenians for their benefit proves that he enjoys the happiness of a couple. Thirdly, his own wife, Titania, accuses him of being to friendly with marrying couples. To him, it is all about love.

One of the first clues that Oberon is in...

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