Comedy In A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Puck comes along and notices them and notices Bottom. He decides to pull a little prank on them all so he puts an ass head on Bottom's shoulders. When the others see him, they are frightened of him for some reason and think that he is an ass because of the head...
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"O monstrous! O strange! We are haunted. Pray, masters! Fly, masters! Help!."(3.1.91) Quince yells this out when he notices the head on Bottom. Obviously he is frightened by the surprise. "O Bottom, thou art changed! What so I see on thee?"(3.1.101) Snout shouts this out at Bottom when he sees him with the head...
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