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- As in the Bard's plot, there is the Fairy King Oberon at odds over a changeling boy with his Fairy Queen Titanis and a number of starcrossed lovers in The Faerie Queen.
- If placed in a cradle it will protect the child from being stolen by fairies and replaced with changelings.
- Titania first appears in a blue silk ball gown, carrying the changeling as a baby.
- In the Middle Ages, deformed infants were looked upon as changelings.
- So her heroine begins as the deserted changeling waiting to be rescued, and goes through cycles of wickedness and distraction before finding her destiny.
- But David was just supposed to be a mechanical changeling.
- Despite her good deeds, this wizened enchantress's sinister duality surfaces when she senses the threat of a changeling among the Quinn clan.
- It's a simple, blunt question for a person who felt like a changeling in someone else's family.
- The changeling is the quintessential symbol of the child who feels detached from her family.
- Perhaps he was rescued, and a substitute or changeling died instead?
- Yes, some will even begin to realize that they too are all changelings lost among the dark hollows of this bright earth, their deeper selves unknown, asleep.
- The changelings look identical, but the human mother can tell that it is not really her human baby, because it is far more sulky and difficult.
- Physically and metaphorically these two changelings are very different.
- Stevie and Mikie had been known to enquire whether they were in fact changelings, as they looked nothing like any known relative on either side.
- I don't know if she's a changeling as well, but we'll soon find out, won't we?
- They carry off mortals, most often children, if they are beautiful or otherwise exceptional, leaving a changeling behind.
- Oberon reports to Robin that the enchanted Titania has given him the changeling, and proceeds to undo the spell: waking, Titania at first thinks her passion for Bottom was a dream before seeing him asleep.
- If the narrator is both the mother and the child, it can be said that there is only one, multi-voiced character all along, a trickster-like changeling.
- Fielding himself could be a changeling, or some mischief-making elf out to screw with everyone's minds.
- The quarreling between Oberon and Titania over the changeling boy leads to the king wanting to embarrass Titania with the love juice by making her fall in love with a monster.