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Trouble in Paradise Being royalty always comes with its perks you have control over everything in your kingdom you have the final say in decisions and the servants that surround you grant your every want As Fairy royalty Titania and Oberon have a few other advantages With a simple movement they can be in India France or anywhere else their hearts desire Titania and Oberon also dictate all of nature This power isnt as wonderful as it may sound however there is trouble brewing in paradise We meet Titania and Oberon in the forest where they begin immediately with an argument There has been an infidelity of a sort as Titania talks about Oberon being in India with another woman When thou hast stolen away from fairy land And in the shape of Corin sat all day Playing on pipes of corn and versing love To amorous Phillida Why art thou here Come from the farthest steep of India II i 65-69 Titania also accuses Oberon of only returning because his warrior love Hippolyta is going to wed Theseus He denounces this accusation and says Glance at my credit with Hippolyta Knowing I know thy love to Theseus II i 75-76 Oberons disloyalty appears to be a very sore spot for Titania She throws in his face how because of the tension between them all of nature is in a state of confusion The weather patterns are wrong the animals are going mad the sea is flooding over the land and the seasons dont know what their typical actions are And this same progeny of all evils comes From our debate from our dissension We are their parents and original II i 115- 117 Another large source of the conflict between the two is because Titania has adopted a boy whose mother was a mortal and died Oberon is desperate to have this boy for his own He is very upset with Titania for keeping
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