A Midsummer Night's Dream

what is the significance of the fairy masque that ends the play?

act five

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I think this speaks to the play as being an exercise in imagination or even a dream. People are not always what they appear to be nor does life turn out the way we think it might. The masque gives the sense that this has all been a pleasant dream