A Midsummer Night's Dream

what does puck's epilogue suggest about you as a reader or spectator?

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Puck attempts to apologize for the trickery of the fairies in the play. He appeals to that basic human trait of forgiveness and our fairy-like penchant for innocent practical jokes and lighthearted chaos. Puck appeals to the restoration of human relationships, which is really directed at the audience. Puck is a "naughty" sprite but the audience should have no problems forgiving him.