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Act IV Scene 1
Transcript of Act IV Scene 1
1. How has Bottom adjusted to the attention of Titania and her fairies?
Bottom is feeling pretty comfortable around Titania and her fairies. Especially because he is being waited on.
4. Why are Theseus, Hippolyta, Egeus, and the others out in the woods so early in the morning?
They are out hunting with their dogs.
7. What is Theseus’s decision concerning the four young people?
He overrides Egeus' wishes, and says they will get married later on that day.
2. What is Oberon’s reaction to Titania’s infatuation with Bottom?
He does feel a little bad because she looks like such a fool for loving a donkey.
3. What sort of explanation will Oberon make to Titania’s question about what happened to her? Do you think he will tell her the truth?
He'll say it was a dream.
5. What is Theseus’s first explanation of why the young people are asleep in the woods?
They probably wanted to celebrate with him , and knew he'd be coming to the woods that morning.
6. What explanation does Demetrius make? Why does he compare his love for Hermia to an illness?
He had loved Helena first, and now found a new reason to love her even more. When he loved Hermia, he was sick. Now that he loves Helena, he is recovering.
8. Why can’t the young people be sure whether they are awake or dreaming?
They feel like what happened was real, but at the same time it feels like a dream. They feel extremely confused.
9. Bottom believes he too has had a dream. How is he going to use that dream to entertain the Duke?
He wants Peter Quince to write a play about his dream, "Bottom's Dream," and he can play it for the duke during the intermission.