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Essay | Views of Love in Twelfth Night

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Views of Love in Twelfth Night

Summary: Essay analyzes the various forms of love in "Twelfth Night" by William Shakespeare.
True Love, does it really exist? This has been a universally contradicted question since the dawn of Mankind. For eons humans have believed, yet ironically there have been no scientific proofs of such. In Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, we will explore and analyze the many forms of love presented such that of Duke Orsino's love for Olivia to be definitely not true love but rather a narcissism version of the prospects of falling in love juxtaposed by the poignant reclusive love for Duke Orsino from Viola, love at first sight by Olivia for Cesario who is really Viola in disguise(!), Malvolio's self love compared to his absurd adoration for his mistress Olivia and lastly but not least the homoerotic love for Sebastian from Antonio.

"So full of shapes is fancy, that it alone is high fantastical", describes Duke Orsino's conception of his love...

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