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    In Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Puck serves as Shakespeare's voice in the play. He is no regular character, shown by the fact he is the only single person in the play, taking him out of both the fairy and mortal world. Puck not only uses the characters to his liking, but also his audience. Puck is the mischievous sprite who serves Oberon, the Fairy King. Puck or Robin Goodfellow is a sprite or fairy who plays annoying tricks on people or helps them out with their chores (Bhattacharjee 1). This explains why Puck brags to us about all the times he's been a hassle to local villagers by damaging barrels of ale and ruining the batches of butter (Mays 1304). Puck loves to pull a great prank more than anything else. After transforming…

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    In the story A Midsummer Night’s dream, there are many characters. The story has a general serious mood but Puck lightens the mood, pulls pranks, and makes a lot of mistakes. To be around Puck is a recipe for disaster. Puck is a very important character in the story A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He is characterized as being mischievous, clumsy, and loyal. Puck is mischievous in many ways. The first example of Puck being mischievous is when he changes Bottom’s head into a head of an ass: “An ass's…

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    In a mid-summer nights dream by William Shakespeare puck is portrayed as mischievous but joyful character an example of puck being a bad character is when he turned bottoms head into an asses head he did this for his own enjoyment. another example of puck being a bad character is when he made Lysander, Demetrius, Hermia and Helena fall in love with the wrong people. Puck will never own up to responsibility or admit to his wrong doing. When puck turned bottoms head into an asses head he thought…

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    In Midsummer Nights Dream by William Shakespeare three stories are combined to make a comedy. One of these includes Oberon, king of the faries, has a jester named Puck. First introduced in Act 2, Scene 1, Puck loves to play tricks on people for laughter and fun. ”Sometime for three-foot stool mistaketh me; Then slip I from her bum, down topples she”(II.52-3). Puck turns into a stool and when she is sitting on it, he moves away and she falls. Later, Nick Bottom’s head was changed into a asses…

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    Athens, to Hippolyta, and dramatizes the idea that “the course of true love never did run smooth” (Shakespeare 1265). There are plentiful characters throughout this play, but none other of importance than the fairy Puck A.K.A. (Robin Goodfellow). To many critics, Puck is considered the main character because he brings the whole entire plot together, without him the play would not make sense. Without his…

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    Deandra Perea Professor Tony Stafford English 3320 18 April 2018 Puck a.k.a Robin Goodfellow In Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, Oberon is the fairy king; his right-hand man, and quite possibly one of the most important characters in the play, albeit unexpectedly, is Puck, or Robin Goodfellow. When first encountering Puck he seems to be merely a “jester” in service to Oberon, nothing more. However, upon further reading the audience quickly discerns that he is much more than Oberon’s…

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    Shakespeare’s, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Puck, a fairy and servant of Oberon, exhibits these traits. He is self-centered and loves to make a joke out of others by fooling them. Through Puck’s speech and actions, he can be characterized as mischievous and arrogant. Puck is displayed as mischievous through his actions done on other characters. When Puck is communicating with an unnamed fairy, the fairy states that Puck “Mislead night wanderers, laughing at their harm?” (2.1.40). The phrase,…

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    In Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Puck is Oberon’s confidant throughout the play. He is also known as Robin Goodfellow, an elf with supernatural abilities. He can transform others, shapeshift, and imitate voices. Based on the in-class discussion, he is not necessarily evil, if one assumes. In fact, he loves to play tricks on others at the expense of the consequences, which result in a commotion. One example is mistaking Lysander for Demetrius as he applies the love potion on Lysander’s…

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    Mischievous Puck In Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Robin Goodfellow, also known as puck, is more than just another character. Puck is known from English mythology known for creating mischief, and Shakespeare makes a fitting character to the name. Puck is an important character in the play. What Puck is known for plays a big role. He creates tension among other characters, and restores the peace. Puck’s mythological origins are played well in A Midsummer Night’s Dream as Puck creates…

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    Theseus wedding, back to Oberon and Titania where they are having their quarrel. In an enchanted and magical place somewhere in the woods, there is a mischievous fairy called Puck. A fairy is running around the woods trying to make the place look nice because her boss the Queen of fairy’s is coming and she’s worries that the place look bad but this worried fairy ends up insulting Puck and calls him a “lob” and it means that his a hillbilly fairy. Puck takes it the wrong way and starts to get…

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