A Midsummer Night's Dream

Did one of the characters learned anything significant especially about life.


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This play is, for the most part, a playfully sexual romp through a forest. I suppose that Titania and Oberon learn not to bicker so much and petty. They are, however, part of the fairy world and allowed to change their minds. The rest of the characters seem oblivious to any lessons from their adventure.