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Essay | Shakespeare's Portrayal of Malvolio in Twelfth Night

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Shakespeare's Portrayal of Malvolio in Twelfth Night

Summary: Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Twelfth Night. Explores the methods Shakespeare uses in the portrayal of Malvolio and how Shakespeare intends the audience to react to Malvolio at different stages in the play.
The content of this essay is about how Shakespeare portrays Malvolio and the methods he uses to do this. It also mentions how Shakespeare intends the audience to react to Malvolio at different stages of the play.

In Malvolio's first scene the audience dislike him before he speaks because he is a Puritan. I know this because he is dressed in black and I was informed from a reliable source of this fact. The audience would not have liked this because Puritans would do anything to stay away from sin and they believed that the theatre was a sinful place.

Malvolio's expression and manner would make the audience dislike him because the first time they see him he looks like an evil man. I have seen this in two film versions of the play. When Malvolio Speaks unkindly about the fool and says...

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This section contains 1,159 words
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