how does bottom solve the problems?
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Quince's main concerns seem to be the setting. At first he wonders how they'll get moonlight in the room for the lovers' meeting; Bottom solves this by advising him to leave a window open. The second concern is a wall, as in the play Pyramus and Thisbe talk through a little hole in a wall. Again, Bottom comes up with a solution citing that someone can play the part of the wall.
A Midsummer Nights Dream/ Act 3/ Scene 1