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A Midsummer Night's Dream: Puck Vs. Bottom

Summary: In the complex play A Midsummer Night's Dream, the main plot involves two sets of couples whose various purposes are made more complicated as they enter the play's fairy infested woods. These woods are home to the King and Queen of fairies and a devilish creature (the King's jester/assistant) named Puck.
In the complex play A Midsummer Night's Dream, the main plot involves two sets of couples whose various purposes are made more complicated as they enter the play's fairy infested woods. These woods are home to the King and Queen of fairies and a devilish creature (the King's jester/assistant) named Puck. While the couples have their problems, a group of tradesmen who are making a play in honor of the grand wedding of the Duke of Athens and his bride to be encounter many difficulties. There are many different elements in this play; therefore many of the characters can be compared. For example, Puck and Bottom. Both perform meaningful and important roles, but they also differ greatly because their attitudes and characteristics are different, their role in the story changes, and what they experience in the play is dissimilar.

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