The first essay I wrote for him was an essay on Twelfth Night, which was then a play that I was completely unfamiliar with. In sixth grade your idea of a friend was the person who went up to Nick or Susan, your new crush, and asked them to dance with you, so that During the Sui Dynasty 581-618 , there lived a clever man who spoke with a slight stutter. Sir Toby's comment on the foolishness of his niece, Olivia, devoting her life to mourning for her dead brother. His wish is so earnest and heart-felt, and yet so ridiculous bear-baiting is an extremely foolish pastime that the audience cannot help but laugh at him. She denies Orsino because of her refusal to marry a man of higher rank and desires to marry Cesario because he is a man of lower rank. In another useful improbability, we find that, after only three days, Cesario has become a great favorite of the duke. Sir Andrew enters and, while Sir Toby is trying to introduce him to Maria, makes a fool of himself by repeatedly getting her name wrong.
The Ó Máille family's money came from the seas, raised in the form of taxes levied on anyone who fished off their stretch of the Irish coast. Like I agree with the things that you had to say in your post. He shows Olivia how unrealistic and excessive her mourning for her brother's death has been, he tells Orsino how foolish he is for languishing in a mood of love-sick melancholy for Olivia and points out how mercurial his personality is, and he makes a fool out of the pompous Malvolio. In fourth grade your idea of a good friend was the person who was willing to switch square dancing partners in gym so you wouldn't have to be stuck do-si-do-ing with Nasty Nicky or Smelly Susan. Like his early comedies, Twelfth Night is essentially a celebration of romantic love and can be seen as a traditional romantic comedy. He speaks of Olivia: it seems that he already thinks it possible that she might be in love with him.
In third grade your idea of a good friend was the person who shared their lunch with you when you forgot yours on the bus. There was a nun doing charity work in a large metropolitan hospital. The ignorant Sir Andrew Aguecheek bemoans his lack of education. You stated that Sakespeare had a twisted outlook on this comedy as he wanted people laugh at the pain of others. I really licked your interpretation saying that this play was trying to find comedy and humor through others pain. Maria warns Sir Toby that Olivia is annoyed by his drinking, but Sir Toby shrugs off this admonition.
The plot begins with a storm. Later Malvolio this line to Lady Olivia, and towards the end of the play the Clown mocks Malvolio by it again. Feste is a character that seems to know all and his statement foreshadows the ending when Orsino and Viola get together. Sir Toby protests: Sir Andrew is tall—and rich! It suggests that the writer is in love with somebody but must keep it a secret from the world, though she wants her beloved to know about it. Cesario Viola in disguise says what he would do to win Olivia's love. Feste helps us out here by explaining his pun.
Jokes 2: Sir Andrew often takes seriously what others would joke about, with humorous results. Malvolio's bitter response to the mocking attempts of Maria, Fabian, and Sir Toby to care for him, because the Lady Olivia believes he's gone mad. Hit colloquially means that a realization occurred to someone suddenly, but in this case it literally means the frisbee striking his head. My stars shine darkly over me; the malignancy of my fate might, perhaps, distemper yours; therefore I shall crave of you your leave that I may bear my evils alone. Yet she was a politician as much as a warrior, and knew that she couldn't hope to beat Bingham and the forces of the English government single-handedly. While Toby and Maria seem to enjoy exposing others especially Sir Andrew as fools, the clown turns his humorous criticism on the whole world.
The mysterious message implies that the writer wishes to raise Malvolio up from his position of servitude to one of power. Viola's comment about the love triangle in which she has become involved. Ó Máille castles also dominated the southwest coastline of County Mayo, providing protection from invasion for the wealthy lord's territory. Do you not hear, fellows? At a time when the Tudors in England were ramping up their conquest of Ireland, such defensive measures were vital. I think that Shakespeare had a twisted outlook on this comedy as he wanted people to laugh at the pain of others; I always say its funny until it happens to you. Evidently, Sir Andrew is a bumbling idiot. The Clown's reminder to Malvolio that what goes around comes around.
Act 1, Scene 5 Jokes 4: The clown's jokes, like those of Toby, reveal him to be more intelligent than he seems to be. In the end, there are three shattered hearts alongside the giddy lovers. I warrant her rags and the tallow in them will burn a Poland winter. Malvolio reads from the letter that Maria wrote. When it comes to love, jokes to come lightly.
It preaches the importance of core and back strength and offers solid exercises to accomplish those goals. Olivia seems to accept this rejection, but she realizes privately that she cannot so easily get rid of her love for this beautiful young man, even if he scorns her. Sir Toby Belch's statement of his right to carouse in his niece's house. In the beginning of the play, Sir Andrew and Malvolio are presented as smart people; however, as the play progresses, the audience is exposed to their foolish sides. Malvolio's description of the the young man, Cesario Viola in disguise , who insists on speaking with Olivia. At the end of the play Twelfth Night Cakes are distributed. If you had a bit of a giggle, perhaps you've already gotten the joke.
You analysis is precise and brings me a lot of in sights. Though they besieged Rockfleet Castle, no one knew the coastline better than Grace, and she repulsed them with the might of her own ships. Therefore much drink may be said to be an equivocator with lechery; it makes him and it mars him; it sets him on and it takes him off; it persuades him and disheartens him, makes him stand to and not stand to; in conclusion equivocates him in a sleep and giving him the lie, leaves him. Cesario jokes with comparable skill and good-naturedly gives Feste some coins for his trouble. When Viola asks if he 'lives by' his drum, she wants to know if he plays it professionally. Now tell me: do you think the jokes are any good? After some discussion, Cesario reluctantly agrees to carry the message—reluctantly because, as she tells the audience in a quick aside, Viola herself has fallen in love with Orsino and wishes that she could be his wife. Prince Hal: As the honey of Hybla, my old lad of the castle; and is not a buff jerkin a most sweet robe of durance? Stephen Colbert's 'The Word' segment on his popular comedy news show, The Colbert Report, is a great example.
He thus is able to make fun of himself and Andrew by pretending that their all-night drinking binges are noble and wise activities. . They are primarily for laughs, but they can also reveal compelling subtext or make subtle judgments about current societal norms. We men may say more, swear more; but indeed our shows are more than will; for we still prove much in our vows but little in our love. When Duke Orsino acknowledges that Olivia and Cesario will marry, he is completely shocked. In kindergarten your idea of a good friend was the person who let you have the red crayon when all that was left was the ugly black one.