12th Night- How is Language Used in Act 2 Scene 4 and Act 3 Scene 1 to Mislead Other Characters?
Shakespeare's play, Twelfth Night, is all about playing jokes on people, sometimes deliberately confusing them, and just basically having a happy time. Most the characters follow the tradition of Twelfth Night, however some do not. In Act 2 Scene 4, the tradition is not comprehensible, however, in Act 3 Scene 1, it is, as both Feste and Viola/Cesario are making jokes with one another. The selected paragraphs are where people get mislead a lot due to playing on words, double-meanings, or misunderstandings.
Act 2 Scene 4 is mostly written in poetry- which means that the scene is not funny,…
- 12th Night- How is Language Used in Act 2 Scene 4 and Act 3 Scene 1 to Mislead Other Characters?
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