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In act v of a midsummer night's dream, quince presents the prologue for “pyramus and thisbe.” when the prologue is over, theseus says: his speech was like a tangled chain—nothing impaired, but all disordered.… which tone does the simile “his speech was like a tangled chain” create? it creates a frustrated tone, expressing how confused theseus is by comparing quince’s speech to a broken necklace tied in knots. it creates a disappointed tone by comparing quince’s speech to a chain hippolyta once wore that broke during a fight with theseus. it creates a proud tone, by comparing quince’s speech to the fancy chain theseus wears around his neck. it creates a humorous tone by comparing quince’s speech to something disorganized and hard to follow.

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