A Midsummer Night's Dream

Puck is a mischief maker. Comment


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Puck most certainly is a mischief maker. He's witty, coarse, and loves to have fun, especially at the expense of the other characters in the play. He turns Bottom's head into a donkey, makes foolish mistakes that set the course of the plot, and is described as a "hobogoblin", which is defined as a "mischievious spirit". In the end, he is even capable of making everyone believe they've only dreamed the night's happenings. Puck is both mischievious and endearing.


A Midsummer Night's Dream