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Throughout the play, Bottom functions as a buffoon whose sole purpose is comic relief.
Which line shows that his friends hold him in high esteem?
"Have you sent to Bottom's house? / Is he come home yet?" (4.2.1)
"He cannot be heard of. / Out of doubt he is transported." (4.2.2)
"Yea, and the best person too; and he is a very paramour for a sweet voice." (4.2.11)
"You must say 'paragon'. / A paramour is, / God bless us, a thing of nought." (4.2.13)
"If our sport had gone forward, we had all been made men." (4.2.17)