A Midsummer Night's Dream
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A Midsummer Night's dream By Nathaniel Foster and William Julka.
Where are you going?
I go everywhere, and I serve the fairy queen.
The king is coming here tonight and don't let him see the queen. He is jealous that she has the Indian boy and which he wants to train as a knight, but she will not let him have it. She treats him like her child, and all the elves hide from their wrath, should they meet.
Ether I mistake who you are, or you are Robin Goodfellow, the fight of the maidens in the villages. You like to watch people suffer, you are known as Hobgoblin and Sweet Puck, are you not?
You are right, I jest to Oberon to make him laugh, sometimes I gossip and once someone mistook me for a 3 foot stool, then I slid out from under her and she fell. Everyone laughed!
Here comes Oberon!
And Titania, Lets run!
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