William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night"
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This paper explains that William Shakespeare illustrates in "Twelfth Night" that love is not always joyful but also can cause pain, turmoil and frustration. Orsino, Viola, Malvolio, and Olivia, the author points out, are characters that demonstrate the power and lack of power over love. The paper presents examples from this comedy by which Shakespeare demonstrates the ways that love is complicated and beautiful at the same time.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Shakespeare, William. Four Great Comedies. Twelfth Night. New York: Signet Books. 1982.
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