Act Two Scene 1

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A Midsummer Night´s Dream

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  • Where are you going now, Fairy?
  • To the Hill looking for some dewdrops
  • You're the elf who likes to scare people and make mischief in the field.
  • You care that the queen was not present in view of the King
  • And well, jealous Oberon? , get away from here get of you and your society
  • In an evil hour I found you in the moonlight, proud Titania
  • Puck or Robin (a servant elf king Oberon) meets a fairy (belonging to the entourage of Titania, the queen of the fairies) who goes looking for his queen to fill their green dew domains.
  • Well then, it solves; it depends on you alone. Give me the boy to serve me
  • Winter missing, and no happy night because of a song
  • King Oberon will celebrate their holidays in the forest and do not want to meet the queen Titania, is very angry because she stole a very beautiful boy.
  • All fairy kingdom would not be enough to buy that child. In memory of his mother, the child will not leave me
  • Give me the boy and I will go with you
  • Titania and Oberon are with great disgust. Oberón claim his presence because he believes she loves the Duke Theseus. Titania believes that Oberon is in love with Hippolyta
  • I will give a full turn around the earth in forty minutes
  • Search western flower whose juice has a power
  • Titania warns that the seasons have changed their usual livery and the world for their dissent, but Oberon notes that the remedy would be for her to hand over the boy.
  • The fairy queen refuses to do so, because the boy's mother was friends with her and after his death, Titania cares him like his son. Oberon insists.
  • Oberon asks Puck to seek western flower purple known as "heartbroken love" whose juice has the power to make any man or woman falls in love with the first thing you see after pouring the juice on the eyelids.
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