Why are Oberon and Titania fighting in A Midsummer Night’s Dream?
Why are Oberon and Titania fighting in A Midsummer Night’s Dream?

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    Oberon is angry with Titania because she refuses to give him a sweet Indian boy upon whom she dotes. Titania’s attendant suddenly recognizes Puck, accusing him of being the hobgoblin who is blamed for roguish acts in the village, such as frightening young women or misleading night travellers.

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