A Midsummer Night's Dream


How to other characters treat or respond to this character?

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He is the Duke and he is thus mostly treated with respect because of his enormous power in Athens. He is only shown as the beginning and end of the play; thus, he is shown in the exposition giving background and the resolution (Act V) when most of the plot lines have been resolved. Thus, character development is unlikely.