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Essay | Role of Women in "Twelfth Night"

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Role of Women in "Twelfth Night"

Summary: Discusses the role of women in Shakespeare's "The Twelfth Night."
Women are the weaker sex; they say one thing but mean another, they are indecisive about what they want, they over annalise things, and they flock to the bathroom like lemmings. The play "Twelfth Night" by William Shakespear is a perfict example of this. The story focuses a beautiful noble woman, Olivia, who is fowned over by many men. But, she falls in love with a woman, Violia, who is portraing a man, Cesario. Olivia's ignerance and Violia's trickery backfire showing the true weak charcter of women.

Olivia is so self centric she is completely ignerant of all the people who want to woo and take her as their bride misleading other people to stay in love with her. First Olivia has a thought that Cesario is a woman she thinks outloud to herself "Thy tongue, thy face, thy limbs, action, and spirit" (I...

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