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Twelfth Night- Sir Toby the Dynamic Character

Summary: This essay explores the dynamics of the chacracter Sir Toby in William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night."
Twelfth Night contains excellent examples of many types of people. The greatest illustration is the many dynamic characters. A dynamic character is a person in a story, or play, that changes his original personality or outlook during the plot. Sir Toby `Belch' is a dynamic character that impacts numerous people during his change. As Olivia's uncle, Sir Toby spends his time drinking with his fellow drinker Sir Andrew Aguecheek. An immense plotter of practical jokes, he enjoys playing jokes on everyone in the household. Sir Andrew and Malvolio get most of this attention because he is around Andrew the most, and he dislikes Malvolio's shrewdness.

Sir Toby was extremely laid back due to his continual drunken state. "These clothes are good enough to drink in, then so be these boots too!" He doesn't even take the time to keep himself well groomed. His...

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