Who Is Viola Talking To Orsino

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So far in this play we have met many interesting characters and for the most part, familiarized ourselves with them. Viola, however, is somewhat arduous to understand. She is Viola and Cesario at the same time and it can be tough to keep up with which personality she is expressing. Her decision to change her life and disguise herself as a boy was quite radical and she seems to be more active than passive. At times throughout the play Viola has been quite passive, but overall I believe she is more of an active character. In Act 2, Scene 4 she is talking to Orsino about how men and women love differently. She defends her opinion and goes against what Orsino says. Orsino says to Viola, “There is no woman’s sides / Can bide the beating of so

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