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Critical Essay by Marcus Cheng Chye Tan

SOURCE: Tan, Marcus Cheng Chye. “‘Here I Am … Yet Cannot Hold This Visible Shape’: The Music of Gender in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.Comitatus 32 (2001): 99-125.

In the following essay, Tan discusses the relationship of music to Twelfth Night's theme of sexual ambivalence.

The Elusive Nature of Gi; the Elusive Nature of twelfth Night =~ Stwelfth Night

Taken as Shakespeare's farewell to romantic comedy and written around the same time as Hamlet, Twelfth Night presents a high comedy of elusive complexity that preempts the problem plays. Contesting a “universal consent [that] the very height of gay comedy is attained in Twelfth Night,1 modern critics note that Twelfth Night possesses “darker” features of the problem plays but, as C. L. Barber suggests in Shakespeare...

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