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A Midsummer Night's Dream

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The Irony in Oberon's Plan

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What is ironic about Oberon’s intentions regarding his plans for the use of his love potion?

A

He plans to use it on two people already in love with each other; therefore, its power is unnecessary.

B

He plans to use it to embarrass and shame one person and spitefully punish the other, which isn’t very loving behavior.

C

He plans to use it out of pity for someone being treated badly by a loved one and, yet doesn’t recognize that he treats his lover just as badly.

D

He plans to use it for revenge and as a joke, which is not what the flower’s power was meant to do.

E

He plans to use it to stop Theseus and Hippolyta’s wedding, which is contrary to the idea of a love potion.