Although Puke is considered to be a trickster, it is hardly mentioned in Midsummer night's Dream. This might be because they wanted to aviod " reopening a topic that one might have assumed had been too frequently or too extensively discussed to merit any further examination." Puke is known to have many charcteristics of a tricker, which is my society considers him to be one.
Evans, Robert C. ""This Sport Well Carried Shall Be Chronicled": Puck as Trickster in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream." Bloom's Literature. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 26 Feb. 2014
This aritical is a conversation from the Philoctrtes Center of New York discussing Shakespeare's possible personalitys and if it is expressed through his plays. Many people have tried to discover Shakespeare's true personality and comparing how people thought he was to how he really was Alvin Epstein, Eugene Mahon, Ron Rosenbaum, Daniela Varon and J.P. Wearing, are trying to do that in this source.
The Man Behind the Plays. American theatre[serial online]. January 2009:104-112. Literary Reference Center, Ipswich, MA. 26 Feb 2014.
FINDLAY A. Hippolyta. Women In Shakespeare [serial online]. March 2010;:188-190. Available from: Literary Reference Center, Ipswich, MA. Accessed February 3, 2014.
Maddy Mellor's insight:
This article is all about Hippolyta and how she is repesented in both "A Midsummers Night's Dream" and "Two Noble Kinsmen" (By Shakespeare and Fletcher). In "Two Noble Kinsen", she was based off of the Greek Myth of the Amazon Queen. Also, this artitical showed where Shakespeare had based Hippolyta's name from, and how it had come from Chaucer's "Knyhters Tale
Findlay A. Hippolyta. Woman In Shakespeare[serial online]. March 2010: 188-190. Literary Reference Center, Ipswich, MA. February 3, 2014.
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