Twelfth Night Essay | The Basic Plot of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night"

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The Basic Plot of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night"

Summary: Provides the basic plot of Acts I-IV in William Shakespeare's famous play "Twelfth Night."
Twelfth night starts off with Orsino, Duke of Illyria, talking to Curio about his love for Olivia. He compares his love to two different things: Music and the sea. He is telling his friends about how much he loves and adores Olivia. There is, as always in Shakespeare, a problem. Olivia's brother recently died, and Olivia has decided to go into mourning for seven years. Despite this huge problem, Orsino is determined to win over Olivia's heart!

Meanwhile, Viola has landed safely from her shipwreck, but fears very much for her twin Brother, Sebastian's, life. The captain of the ship they were traveling on told her that during the storm he saw Sebastian clinging strongly to the mast of the ship, and treading water for as long as he was watching. Viola also speaks to her captain about Orsino, and what he is...

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