Twelfth Night Essay | How Much Sympathy Do You Feel for Malvolio?

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How Much Sympathy Do You Feel for Malvolio?

Summary: It is exceptionally hard for us to feel any sympathy for Malvolio in William Shakespeare's play "Twelfth Night." Malvolio is too negative, too bossy, too proud, and too vain. And when an apology is offered for the way he was treated, he refuses to accept it and swears revenge on everyone.
How much sympathy do you feel for Malvolio"

Malvolio is an incredibly negative person thought the play, he is not liked by anyone and he is very bossy and proud. This makes it exceptionally hard for us to feel sorry for him.

Malvolio is a character who abuses his power. He makes everyone under him feel terrible and sucks up to those above him. He thinks he is bigger than he is and he has no friends, but to cover this fact he makes it seem as if he does not have time for a friend. He is always in a hurry to get every where even when he has no where to go. Our first impression of Malvolio sums up his personality completely. When we first meet Malvolio he is making fun of Feste the fool. He calls him a "barren...

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