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The Twelfth Night, Analyzing the Theme of Love

Summary: Explores William Shakespeare's play, The Twelfth Night. Analyzes the theme of love. Describes the types of love experienced by main character, Viola.
Love has become very dominate in society today because love has come to conquer everything. Types of love in society are, romantic love, this is the love between lovers, then familial love, which comes unconditionally and last the love between friends which grows from respect. In the play The Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, Viola has experienced many types of love thought out the play. Some types of love that she has experienced are brotherly, romantic and familial.

One type of love that Viola has expressed, which has had a large impact on her life is the love she had for her brother and the love she had for her.

Viola has been experiencing many types of feelings since she lost her brother, but the one she has been feeling the most is sorrow because when you have lost someone you love...

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