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S CE NE II . Enter Oberon , king of Fairies at one door with bis train , and the
queen at another with bers . Ob . III met by moon - light , proud Titania . Queen .
What , jealous Oberon ? Fairy , skip hence ; I have forsworn his bed and
When they next wake , all this ' derision Shall seem a dream , and fruitless vision ;
And back to Athens shall the lovers ' wend , With league , whose date ' till death
shall never end , Whiles I in this affair do thee employ , I ' ll to my queen , and ...
Queen . What , wilt thou hear some musick , my sweet love ? Bot . I have a
reasonable good ear in musick : let us have the tongs and the bones . Queen . Or
, fay , sweet love , what thou desir ' st to eat , Bot . Truly , a peck of provender ; I
Now , my Titania ; wake you , my sweet queen . Queen . My Oberon ! what visions
have I seen ! Methought , I was enamour ' d of an ass . * favours ) - garlands
Javours . I rounded 1 - furrounded . fierce vexation ] — lively impression , strong ...
Queen . How came these things to pass ? Oh , how mine eye doth loath his
visage now ! Ob . Silence , a while . — Robin , take off this head . Titania , musick
call : and strike more dead Than common seep , of all these five the sense .
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