Examples Of Foreshadowing In A Midsummer's Night Dream

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Shakespeare uses this quote, “May all to Athens back again repair / And think no more of this night's accidents / But as the fierce vexation of a dream” (IV.i.68-70) to resolve the conflict of A Midsummer’s Night Dream, and to absolve Puck and Oberon of any blame for their mischief. Oberon has caused so much trouble just to get the Indian child from Titania, so when he actually became successful in receiving the boy, he no longer had any issues with his wife. Now he and Puck are desperately trying to fix the mess that they made by Bottom also returned to his normal state and solving the lovers problem by neatly pairing them off when they wake up. Oberon also woke Titania up from her enchantment, restoring the harmony in the world. Oberon wakes

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