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A Midsummer Night's Dream by:William Shakespeare...answer the following

Question 1

Who is chosen to play the lion in the craftsmen’s play?

Question 2

Which of the young Athenians is first affected by the love potion?

Question 3

Who tells Demetrius that Lysander and Hermia are planning to elope?

Question 4

What food does Bottom crave after Puck’s mischief?

Question 5

What are Theseus and Hippolyta about to do before they discover the sleeping lovers?

Question 6

How many weddings take place before the play-within-a-play?

Question 7

Who blesses Theseus and Hippolyta with a magical charm at the end of the play?

Question 8

Who suggests that the audience consider whether the entire play has been a dream?

Question 9

In what year was Shakespeare born?

Question 10

Which of the craftsmen is in charge of the rehearsals?

Question 11

Why is the flower whose juice Oberon seeks special?

Question 12

Who speaks with Titania’s quartet of attendants?

Question 13

What prank does Puck play on Bottom?


Question 14

With whom does Titania fall in love in Act III?

Question 15

Whom does Demetrius love at the end of the play?

Question 16

How does Puck prevent Demetrius and Lysander from fighting?

Question 17

Who brings the complaint against Hermia to Theseus in Act I?

Question 18

Why does Pyramus, in the craftsmen’s play, kill himself?

Question 19

What part of her appearance does Hermia believe Helena has exploited to win Lysander’s love?

Question 20

Where do Lysander and Hermia plan to be married?

The purpose of these questions your teacher gave you is to ensure that you read the play. Neat, huh?

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3. http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/msnd/

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    12. none of the human characters

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