Why was Oberon surprised to see Demetrius and Hermia in the forest?
This question is asking you about the events of act 3, scene 2 in this play. Here, we find Oberon in the wood. He is waiting to find out whether his plan has worked—he has sent Puck, his servant, to place magical flowers on the eyes of Titania so that she will fall for the first beast she sees, and also on those of Demetrius so that he will fall in love with Helena. Puck returns and tells Oberon that his mistress is in love with a monster, as...
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