Twelfth Night Essay | Malvolio's Sweet Revenge

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Malvolio's Sweet Revenge

Summary: Essay discusses Malvolio's revenge on the people who tricked him in the first person in William Shakespeare's "The Twelfth Night."
I do not believe that I was lead into such trickery by people that were supposedly my friends. They made me look like such an idiot in front of the one whom I love. I am going to get them all back in some way.

For Sir Toby, I am going to offer him drinks until he is very drunk and then make him dress up in women's clothes and walk around town in them. After this I will make him bow down to me and tell me he will serve me forever and have him sign his name on a contract that states he has promised that he will serve me until the day I die. He will feel so stupid when he realizes what he has done and I will just laugh and say "you thought that I was the one who had mental problems...

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