A Midsummer's Nightmare (novel)
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|July 3, 1997|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)|
In the book, Titania, Queen of elvesfolk, falls in love with a human baby – a humorous contrast to A Midsummer Night's Dream where she falls in love with a half-man/half-donkey, and the elves have to leave Sherwood Forest in an old bus.
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