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Which of the following is the best interpretation of the scene from A Midsummer Night's Dream? A. Shakespeare gently pokes fun at the archetypal theme of ill-fated love. B. Shakespeare seriously
questions the archetypal theme of ill-fated love. C. Shakespeare humorously contrasts the wisdom of the fairies with the ignorance of the craftsmen. D. Shakespeare satirizes the pretensions of the nobility.
C. Shakespeare humorously contrasts the wisdom of the fairies with the ignorance of the craftsmen.
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