Twelfth Night Essay | Student Essay

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Twelfth Night - Is Illyria Paradise for Those with Few Responsibilities?

Summary: Discusses if Illyria, the city in Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night, is the perfect paradise for those who have none or few responsibilities.
Paradise: state or place of perfect happiness, heaven, innocence.

Illyria- a name that sounds like it should belong in a book by C.S Lewis, the place where Shakespeare's `Twelfth Night' is set, full of the rich, beautiful and successful. On the surface, Illyria- seems to be the ideal destination, the perfect lifestyle, the place where everyone wants to be. But underneath all the glamour of cross-garters, it is just like any other civilization, full of rules, violence and unhappiness.

The characters' experiences in Twelfth Night are opposite to the words that define paradise- happiness, heaven and innocence. The question that I am responding to states that Illyria could be described as a paradise for those who have few or no responsibilities. In the beginning of the play, Viola is washed up on the shores of Illyria. She stands...

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