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  • Created on: 01-10-20 16:22


P- Mischievous

E- "the wisest aunt, telling the saddest tale, sometimes for a three-foot stool mistaketh me, then slip from her bum, down topples she...". 

T- adverb sometimes shows he does it quite often

E- moves when somebody goes to sit on the stool

R- Makes reader think he is mischievous 

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P- cruel

E- "Mislead night-wanderers, laughing at their harm?". 

T- Verb laughing shows he is cruel because he laughs at the night-wanderers 

E- shows Puck is cruel but does it to entertain himself and others 

R- Makes the reader think Puck is cruel

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P- magical

E- "In very likeness of a roasted crab"

T- Verb likeness shows that Puck can change into objects

E- shows puck can shapeshift and is magical

R- makes the reader think that Puck is a magical fairy

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P- lucky

E- "Those that Hobgoblin call you, and sweet Puck, you do their work and they shall have good luck..." 

T- noun luck shows puck is lucky

E- puck is lucky and can give his luck to others 

R- This shows the reader that Puck is a lucky character 

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P- happy

E- "I jest to Oberon and make him smile"

T- verb smile shows that he makes people happy

E- Puck makes people happy by being happy himself

R- shows the reader that Puck is a happy character 

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P- a prankster

E- "And when she drinks, against her lips I bob, And on her withered dewlap pour the ale "

T- verb lurk shows that Puck is a bit of a prankster

E- because he hides in a bowl and then bobs against her lips causing her to spill it 

R- Shows the reader that Puck is mischievous and a prankster

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