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Sy Stephens Stephens 1 Ms.Takaki English 12 September 19 A Midsummer Night's Dream Essay In Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, there is a lot of mix ups and chaos throughout the play. Most of it the result of Oberon and Puck mischievous behavior. It might look like Puck is to blame for the majority of it. After all Puck is really Robin, and doesn’t the title Puck mean a misbehaving fairy? But it is the Fairy King that gets Puck to do his work. Oberon is most responsible for the chaos and conflict that ensured because it was his idea to use the love juice. Oberon is the King of the Fairies. As a king, Oberon is the ruler and has the ultimate authority over the fairies. A king’s orders need to be followed or there will be consequences for anyone who disobeys. Puck on the other hand is not king. He is just a fairy. Puck’s job is to follow Oberon’s orders because he is the king. When Oberon’s wife, Queen Titania, refuses to give up the Inidian boy to him, he promises her “Well, go thy way. Thou shalt not from this

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