Act 3 Scene 1

Act 3 Scene 1

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  • Event
  • Peter Quince says ¨Ninus' Tomb,¨ Man. Why, you must not speak that yet; that you answer to Pyramus. You speak all your part at once, cues ad all¨ (Shakespeare 58).
  • Propels the Action
  • Nick Bottom questions, ¨Why do they run away? This is a knavery of them, to make me afeard¨ (Shakespeare 59).
  • Outcome
  • Peter Quince says ¨O monstrous! O strange! we are hunted,pray, maters! fly, masters!¨(Shakespeare 58).
  • Gasp!
  • Help!!!
  • In the town, some workman are getting ready to put on a play for the wedding. Puck chooses to transform Nick Bottom into a donkey because hes the bossiest.
  • Event
  • Titania says, ¨What angle wakes me from my flowery bed?¨ (Shakespeare 60).
  • Puck transforms Nick Bottom into a donkey. Puck is comparing Nick Bottom into a donkey because he thinks that Nick Bottom is dumb.
  • Propels the Action
  • Nick bottom stated, ¨Not so, neither: but if I had wit enough to get out of this wood, I have enough to serve mine own turn¨ ( Shakespeare 61).
  • The workmen were shocked at the way Nick Bottom changed. They workmen ran away and Nick Bottom stays. He doesn't know that hes been transformed into a donkey.
  • Outcome
  • Titania says, ¨I am a spirit no common rate: The summer still doth tend upon my state; and I do love thee: Therefor, go with me; I´ll give thee fairies to attend on thee¨ (Shakespeare 61).
  • Oberon gave Titania a magical flower on her eyes which makes her fall in love with the first person she sees. She wakes up and sees Nick Bottom singing.
  • Nick Bottom says, ¨who would give a bird the lie, thought he cry ¨cuckoo¨ never so?¨ (Shakespeare 60).
  • Titania falls in love with Nick Bottom because he was the first creature she saw. Nick Bottom then wanted to leave the woods, but Titania did not let him go.
  • Titania says, ¨Out of this wood do not desire to go: Thou shalt remain here, whatever thou wilt or no¨ (Shakespeare 61).
  • Titania tells Nick Bottom that shes in love with him, and she wont let him leave the woods. Titania then brings Bottom to her fairy den and she and the fairies treat him like a king.
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