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A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Puck's Tone

AMSND-ELUEKT

Which line(s) from Puck's final speech epitomize the tone of that speech as solicitous and gracious?

A

“And this weak and idle theme, / No more yielding but a dream,” (5.1.417)

B

“Give me your hand, if we be friends, / And Robin shall restore amends.” (5.1.427)

C

“And, as I am an honest Puck.” (5.1.421)

D

“If we have unearned luck / Now to scape the serpent's tongue,” (5.1.422)

E

“Else the Puck a liar call:” (5.1.425)