Act III scene I


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  • Initial Diologue or Event
  • Nick Bottom says, " A calendar, a calendar! look in the almanac; find out moonshine, find out moonshine" (Shakespeare 56).
  • Propels the Action by...
  • Puck says, "A stranger Pyramus than e'er play'd here!" (Shakespeare 57).
  • Outcome
  • Quince screamed, "O monstrous! o strange! We are haunted. Pray, masters! Fly, masters! Help!" (Shakespeare 58).
  • When the mechanicals practicing their play, Nick Bottom is being cocky by ordering people to do his way. He wanted other people to follow him, and do whatever he says. He was being selfish, he didn't listen to other people.
  • Initial Diologue or Event
  • Nick Bottom sings, "The ousel-cack, so black of hue, with orange-tawny bill, the throstle with his note so true, the wren with little quill" (Shakespeare 60).
  • When Puck was on the way to get Titania fall love with Oberon by magic flower, he founds out Nick Bottom. Puck sees Nick Bottom being cocky and doing whatever he wants. He thought it was funny, and decides to play joke on him.
  • Propels the Action by...
  • Puck decides to have Nick Bottom turned into a donkey, because he thought that Nick Bottom was dumb like a donkey. So as a result, Nick Bottom turns into a donkey and other mechanicals get scared and run away. But Nick bottom doesn' t realize that he turned into a donkey.
  • Outcome
  • After Nick Bottom turned into a donkey, but he thinks the reason people ran away was to make him get scared. So he sings to show that he is not scary at all. While he sings, Titania, who was sleeping near him, heard the song and thinks he sings sweet.
  • Titania thoughts, "What angel wakes me from my flowery bed?" (Shakespeare 60).
  • Titania falls love with Nick Bottom because of the magic flower Puck put on her eyes to make her love Oberon. The magic flower was meant to love Oberon, but by accident, Titania sees Nick Bottom before Oberon. So she is in love with Nick Bottom.
  • Titania says, "I pray thee, gentle mortal, sing again: Mine ear is much enamour'd of thy note; So is mine eye enthralled to thy shape; and thy fair virtue's force, perforce, doth move me, on the first view to say, to swear, I love thee" (Shakespeare 61).
  • Because Titania falls love with Nick Bottom, she wants him to stay with him. Nick Bottom liked Titania too because she loves him so much, and he agreed to stay with her. They two love each other, which means they are the lovers.
  • Titania says, "Out of this wood do not desire to go: Thou shalt remain here, whether thou wilt or no. I am a spirit of no common rate; and I do love thee: Therefore, go with me; I'll give thee fairies to attend on thee;..." (Shakespeare 61).
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