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Who are the characters in scene two of A Midsummer Night's Dream?

Quince assigns their parts: Bottom is to play Pyramus; Francis Flute, Thisbe; Robin Starveling, Thisbe's mother; Tom Snout, Pyramus's father; Quince himself, Thisbe's father; and Snug, the lion. As Quince doles out the parts, Bottom often interrupts, announcing that he should be the one to play the assigned part.

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Similarly one may ask, which characters from A Midsummer Night's Dream are workmen?

A Midsummer Night's Dream Characters

  • Theseus, Duke of Athens. Theseus, the Duke of Athens, has recently won a war against the Amazons, and to reward himself for his victory is going to marry their queen Hippolyta, whether she likes it or not.
  • Egeus. Egeus is a courtier at Theseus's court.
  • Lysander.
  • Demetrius.
  • Philostrate.
  • Quince.
  • Bottom.
  • Flute.

Likewise, who is the most important character in A Midsummer Night Dream? Character Role Analysis Some critics argue that Puck is the most important figure in the play because he's the one that makes almost everything happen (to the young lovers and Titania anyway) and also because he embodies the play's mischievous spirit.

Beside above, what happens in Act 2 Scene 2 of A Midsummer Night's Dream?

Act 2, Scene 2. Titania instructs her fairies to dance and sing her to sleep. Afterwards, her attendants can go back to their fairy work and disappear. Oberon slips in and manages to get the pansy juice onto Titania eyes before running off.

What is the purpose of the short scene in Act 4 Scene 2?

Act IV, scene ii transfers the focus of the play from magic and unbalanced love to a play-within-a-play, in which the themes of A Midsummer Night's Dream, not too heavy to begin with, are recycled into a form so ridiculous and garbled that the play draws to a wholly untroubled conclusion.

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