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Essay heading: Midsummer Night's Dream Act 2 Scene 2
 
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Immediately the music would stop to make his shouting much more effective. This would give a much more dramatic effect to the whole sudden appearance of him and make him look much nastier, especially with the evil look he will have on his face. He will speak strongly and loudly in a deep voice. It would be absolutely fabulous to have him laughing an evil laugh when he says Be it ounce, or cat, or bear, pard or boar with bristled hair...
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Immediately the music would stop to make his shouting much more effective. This would give a much more dramatic effect to the whole sudden appearance of him and make him look much nastier, especially with the evil look he will have on his face. He will speak strongly and loudly in a deep voice. It would be absolutely fabulous to have him laughing an evil laugh when he says Be it ounce, or cat, or bear, pard or boar with bristled hair...
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