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  • Initial Dialogue or Event
  • Oberon says "Be as thou wast wont to be; See, as thou wast wont to see: Dian´s bud o´er Cupids flower hath such force and blessed power. Now, my Titania! Wake you, my sweet queen''. (Shakespeare 95).
  • Propels the Action
  • Titania says ''My Oberon! What visions have I seen! Methought, I was enamour´d of an ass. How came these things to pass.O, how mine eyes do loathe his visage now!'' (Shakespeare 95).
  • Outcome
  • Titania says ''Come my Lord, and in our flight, Tell me how it came this night. That I sleeping here was found with these mortals on the ground." (Shakespeare 97).
  • That I sleeping here was found with these mortals on the ground''.(Shakespeare 97).
  • Oberon is putting the drops in Titania´s eyes to take her out of her spell of being in love with the donkey so that she will be in love with him again.
  • Initial Dialogue or Event
  • Thesius said ''But, soft! What nymphs are these? "(Shakespeare 99).
  • Titania is waking up after Oberon undoes the spell. She is asking what happened and why she was there with a donkey.
  • Propels the Action
  • Demetrius says ''But my Good Lord, I wot not by what power, - But by power it is, - My love to Hermia, melted as the snow, seems to me now as the remembrance of an idle guad, which in my childhood I did dote upon; and all the faith, the virtue of my heart, the object and the pleasure of mine eye, is only Helena'' (Shakespeare 102).
  • Titania is confused and a little mad. She wants Oberon to tell her what happened. She wants to know why she was with a donkey and how the mortals are on the ground.
  • Outcome
  • Theseus went looking for the four mortals and found them all laying down on the ground asleep.
  • The mortals (Lysander, Helena, Hermia and Demetrius) are explaining that Demetrius no longer loves Hermia that he loves Helena and that Lysander still loves Hermia.
  • Hermia´s dad gave permission for Lysander and Hermia and Demetrius and Helena to be together.
  • Hermia´s dad says ''Egeus, I will overbear your will; for in the temple, by and by, with us these couples shall eternally be knit." (Shakespeare 103).
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