Scene i: Most of the resolutions of the play occur in this scene. In the first part of the scene, Oberon reveals to Puck that Titania, consumed with her love for Bottom, has given Oberon the Indian boy. Thus Titania's doting, now focused on Bottom, has lost her the one thing she has been fighting for since the beginning of the play. As a result, Oberon lifts the spell and takes Titania away from Bottom. Although Oberon has enough "mercy" to lift the spell, his anger has not quite abated. When Titania says that she has had a dream about being in love with an ass, Oberon is cruel...
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