A Midsummer Night's Dream - Act 3, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 2 Summary

In another part of the wood, Oberon wonders if Titania has been awakened, and if so, what monstrous thing she now loves. Puck enters to relate the events of the last scene. Titania has fallen in love with a monster. A group of common men gathered in the wood to rehearse a play for Theseus' wedding day. Puck led off the man who was to play Pyramus, the biggest fool in the group, and gave him the head of an ass in place of his own head. Puck then teased the men, leading them on wild chases through the wood. When Titania woke, she saw Pyramus and fell in love with an ass.

Oberon asks if Puck has also found the Athenian man and enchanted him as well. Puck says that it has been done as instructed. Hermia and Demetrius enter. Oberon tells Puck to...

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