A Midsummer Night's Dream

When Titania and Oberon were having various arguments about the orphan Titania took care of

External or Internal conflict?

How did characters attempt to solve the problem/conflict?

What was the result in the end?

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This is an external conflict between Titania and Oberon.

Titania attempted to solve the problem by leaving; Oberon wants revenge and talks Puck into slipping her the love potion that causes her to fall in love with Lysander. After lots of confusion, Titania is given another dose of the potion and awakens to Oberon. Thus, she falls in love with the man she loves all over again.

The end result, Titania is happily reunited with her husband.


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