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A Midsummer Night's Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream

  

by William Shakespeare

Antagonist

Character Role Analysis

We're Not Sure About This Either

Since it's hard to pin down the play's protagonist, it's even harder to name an antagonist (the character in opposition to the protagonist). If we want to get creative, we might say that Love itself is an antagonist in this play because it causes the lovers to act erratic, foolish, and fickle. What do you think?


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