Twelfth Night In Shakespeares Twelfth Night, near the opening of the play, when Viola is adopting her male identity, she creates another self, like two masks and may decide to wear one or the other time swinging between the two identities in emotion and in character. She decides to take on this identity because she has more freedom in society in her Cesario mask, which is evident when she is readily accepted by Orsino; whereas, in her female identity she would not be. Thus, a accustomed role in society and to the outlooks of others is portrayed.
Orsino sees Cesario, as a unripe boy just starting out in the world, very much like himself as a young, active boy, so he has a tendency to be more willing to miss onto her with his troubles and sorrows, seeking a companion with which to share and to teach. Thus, Viola grows in her male disguise to return a better touch perception for his inner self, not the self that he shows to the public, or would break dance and share with Viola in her true f...If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: Ordercustompaper.com
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