Conlan, J.P.
June 2003
English Language Notes;Jun2003, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p33
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Assesses the action of Puck who constantly swept the stage during the performance of the play 'A Midsummer Night's Dream,' by William Shakespeare. Possible consequences of the stage-sitters' fearful reaction; Implication of Puck's action during the play's final scene; Impact of Puck's action on the audience.

Tags: MIDSUMMER Night's Dream, A (Theatrical production);  DRAMA;  THEATER;  SHAKESPEARE, William, 1564-1616;  THEATER audiences;  PERFORMING arts


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