Act 4 Scene 1

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  • Initial Dialogue or Event
  • Titania states, "While I thy amiable cheeks do coy, and stick musk-roses in thy sleek smooth head, and kiss thy fair large ears, my gentle joy" (Shakespeare 90).
  • Propels the Action by . . .
  • Oberon says, “Be, as thou wast wont to be; see, as thou wast wont to see: Dian’s bud o’er Cupid’s flower hath such force and blessed power. Now, my Titania! Wake you, my sweet Queen”(Shakespeare 95).
  • Outcome
  • Titania concludes, “My Oberon! What visions have I seen! Methought, I was enamour’d of an ass”(Shakespeare 95).
  • Oberon puts a spell on Titania to make her fall in love with him, but instead she wakes up and falls in love with a mortal who got turned into a donkey. The donkey and Titania are now deep in love.
  • Initial Dialogue or Event
  • Oberon wants Titania to love him again, so he reverses the spell on Titania. Titania falls back in love with Oberon. Oberon and Titania are back to loving each other.
  • Propels the Action by . . .
  • Theseus demands, "Egeus, I will overbear your will; for in the temple, by and by, with us these couples shall eternally be knit"(Shakespeare 103).
  • Titania and Oberon are now going to head over to a wedding and Oberon will explain what happened to Titania on the way. Titania and Oberon live happily ever after.
  • Outcome
  • Hermia says happily, "Methinks, I see these things with parted eye, when every thing seems double"(Shakespeare 104).
  • Egeus, Hermia's dad, comes upon the four lovers (Hermia, Lysander, Helena, and Demetrious) in the woods. Egeus wants Hermia to marry Demetrious, but Hermia only loves Lysander.
  • Egeus says, "My Lord, this is my daughter here asleep;"(Shakespeare 100).
  • Theseus, the King of Athens, tells Egeus that he should allow his daughter to marry who she really loves which is Lysander.
  • Hermia and Lysander are shocked and happy that Egeus allowed them to marry and live together. They lived happily ever after.
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