How does Shakespeare create a magical atmosphere in the first scene of act 2 in A Midsummer Night's Dream?
Shakespeare creates a magical atmosphere in this scene by immersing us in the forest world of the fairies. The scene opens with a fairy's speech, which clearly sets this place apart from the human environment we know so well. Fairies, unlike humans, can fly about swiftly in this whimsical...
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