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by William Shakespeare

Shakespare’s dark comedy of mistaken identities and crossed signals. Duke Orsino loves Olivia. But Viola, dressed as the Duke’s male servant, is in love with Orsino. And Malvolio loves his mistress Olivia. Confusion reigns, and the stage is set for hilarity.

Characters: Viola, Orsino, Olivia, Malvolio, Feste
Keywords: festive transvestitism, dark comedy

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Tracing a heterosexual erotics of service in ‘Twelfth Night’ and the autobiographical writings of Thomas Whythorne and Anne Clifford
“William Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’ and the autobiographical writings of Thomas Whythorne and Anne Clifford all contain heterosexual erotics of service.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Mary Ellen Lamb
From: Criticism Winter 1998

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