Twelfth Night Essay | Twelfth Night: Dramatic Action in Act Three Scene Four

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Twelfth Night: Dramatic Action in Act Three Scene Four

Summary: Analyzes the dramatic actions which takes place in the central scene, Act III scene 4 of the play Twelfth Night written by William Shakespeare. Describes how this seen shows all characters on the stage, thus creating confusion and chaos.
Act three scene four, the central scene of the play is one of the two longest scenes in the entire play. In this scene, the main plot and sub plot merged together. We can see all characters are on the stage and thus creating confusion and chaos. Everything is in a muddle.

Being the dramatic climax of the play, there are many dramatic actions taken place in this scene. They include the babelism caused by Malvolio's totally different style of dressing, the act of Olivia presenting her jewel to Cesario, the fact that both Cesario and Sir Andrew are manipulated by Sir Toby's words, the tension brought by the duel, and the appearance of Antonio.

At the beginning of the scene, Malvolio showed up in his yellow stockings, smiling and joking all the time. This is the hilarious result of Maria's...

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