Symbolism In Twelfth Night

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“Twelfth Night” or “Twelfth Night or what you will” is one of Williams Shakespeare’s greatest work. Being his only play to be sharing two title and the play that had an impact on him popularity. I was believed to be written in 1601. Most critics consider it one of his greatest comedies, along with plays such as “As You like It”, “Much Ado about Nothing”, and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Twelfth Night is about illusion, deception, disguises, madness, and the extraordinary things that love will cause us to do. Performed in front of millions and loved by the Elizabethans even her majesty Queen Elizabeth I. Twelfth Night, considered by many scholars to be one of the finest Elizabethan romantic comedies, offers a penetrating examination of gender…show more content…
Little boys were given their lordship for the day and named lord of misrule and were given the chance to play king for the day like King Joffrey and Tommen in George R.R. Martin’s fictional series “A Song Of Ice and Fire” except with les violence and more joy. The spirit of the holiday was perceived in themes of the play and also through some characters such as Sir Toby Belch and Sir Andrew and the jovial nature of…show more content…
She is then sent to woo the Countess Olivia, although she didn’t want to for she already had started to catch feelings for Orsino. Countess Olivia, who has no feelings for, falls immediately in love with the messenger, Cesario who is viola in disguise, thus creating an amusing triangle which produces several complications. Viola started to have idea that her brother maybe alive when Antonia approaches her and she doesn’t know him. Nevertheless when Sir Toby accused her of hitting him. It was all cleared up at the end when Sebastian comes in to the charade and all misconceptions are cleared up. It all ends a happily ever after for everyone, except
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