A Midsummer Night’s Dream Quotes

Oberon Do you amend it, then. It lies in you.Why should Titania cross her Oberon?I do but beg a little changeling boyTo be my henchman.(Act 2, Scene 1, Lines 118-121)
Puck When thou wak’st, let love forbidSleep his seat on they eyelid.So, awake when I am gone,For I must now to Oberon.(Act 2, Scene 2, Lines 86-89)
Titania What angel wakes me from my flow’ry bed?(Act 3, Scene 1, Line 109)
Lysander Get gone, you dwarf,You minimus of hind’ring knotgrass made,You bead, you acorn!(Act 3, Scene 2, Lines 328-330)
Demetrius Do I entice you? Do I speak you fair?Or rather do I not in plainest truthTell you I do not, nor I cannot love you?(Act 2, Scene 1, Lines 199-201)
Helena And even for that do I love you the more.I am your spaniel…(Act 2, Scene 1, Lines 202-203)
Puck What hempen homespuns have we swagg’ring hereSo near the cradle of the Fairy Queen?What, a play toward? I’ll be an auditor—An actor too perhaps, if I see cause.(Act 3, Scene 1, Lines 63-66)
Puck Shall we their fond pageant see?Lord, what fools these mortals be!(Act 3, Scene 2, Lines 114-115)
Lysander Content with Hermia? No, I do repentThe tedious minutes I with her have spent.Not Hermia, but Helena I loveWho will not change a raven for a dove?(Act 2, Scene 2, Lines 117-120)
Bottom There are things in this comedy of Pyramus and Thisbethat will never please. First, Pyramus must draw a sword tokill himself, which the ladies cannot abide. How answeryou that?(Act 3, Scene 1, Lines 8-11)
Titania Methought I was enamored of an ass.(Act 4, Scene 1, Line 75)
Pyramus O grim-looked night! O night with hue so black!O night, which ever art when day is not!O night! O night! Alack, alack, alack!I fear my Thisbe’s promise is forgot!(Act 5, Scene 1, Lines 167-170)
Puck Not a mouseShall disturb this hallowed house.I am sent with broom beforeTo sweep the dust behind the door.(Act 5, Scene 1, Lines 367-370)
Titania Come, sit thee down upon this flow’ry bed,While I thy amiable cheeks to coy,And stick muskroses in thy sleek smooth head,And kiss thy fair large ears, my gentle joy.(Act 4, Scene 1, Lines 1-4)
Puck If we shadows have offended,Think but this and all is mended:That you have but slumbered hereWhile these visions did appear.(Act 5, Scene 1, Lines 403-406)
Pyramus My soul is in the sky.Tongue, lose thy light!Moon, take thy flight!Now die, die, die, die, die.(Act 5, Scene 1, Lines 289-292)
Pyramus Sweet Moon, I thank thee for thy sunny beams.(Act 5, Scene 1, Line 258)
Bottom Scratch my head, Peaseblossom. Where’s MonsieurCobweb?(Act 4, Scene 1, Lines 7-8)
Thisbe Asleep, my love?What, dead, my dove?O Pyramus, arise!(Act 5, Scene 1, Lines 308-310)
Oberon Now, until the break of day,Through this house each fairy stray.To the best bride-bed will we,Which by us shall blessèd be,And the issue there createEver shall be fortunate.(Act 5, Scene 1, Lines 381-386)