Titania grooms her changeling in a painting by Joseph Noel Paton, 19th century.
Characters Adapted from Other Works
First Appearance: "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Creator: William Shakespeare
Nationality: Faerie, born in India
Occupation: Apprentice
Appearing in:

"A Late Symmer Night's Battle"
by Laura Frankos

Fantasy pastiche
Type of Appearance: Direct

In William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream, a infant boy from India has been abducted by the Fairy Queen Titania to be raised among her kind. Her husband King Oberon insists that the boy should be raised in his custody and trained as a knight. After a humorous quarrel, which sees Titania enchanted to fall in love with a donkey-headed man, Oberon seems to have won this conflict by the end of the play. The boy himself is not named in the play, and there is no direction to depict him onstage. Most productions of the play leave him unseen.

Ghosh in "A Late Symmer Night's Battle"Edit

Ghosh, a native of Bombay, was abducted by the Fairie Queen Titania to be raised in her world. The spirited toddler soon made his mark among the Fair Folk.

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