A Midsummer Night's Dream- Oberon




  • Head strong and stubborn
  • Sceaming
  • Sympathetic
  • Angry
  • When Oberon sympathies with Helena and tell Puck to 'fix' the problem, the main plot (and resolution) of the lovers is born
  • A lot of the comedy of the play comes out of Oberon's decision to use the Love Potion on Titania and Demetrius.

Feelings Throughout the Play


  • Act 2- Furious at Titania for with holding a changeling boy          Scene 2- Sympathetic to Helena
  • Act 3 scene 2- first entertained and then annoyed at Puck
  • Act 4- Piteous of Titania
  • Act 5- Reunited with Titania and blessing the new couples
  • Ill met by moon light proud Titania
  • What hast thou done? Thou hast mistaken quite and laid the love-juice on some true love's sight.
  • Tarry, rash wanton: am I not thy Lord?




Very helpful can you translate the quotes in modern english