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Compare Orsino and Olivia, and Discuss how Their Attitudes about Strong Emotions Are Similar. What Does Shakespeare Suggest about the Nature of Love in His Portrayal of These Two Characters?
The similarities between Orsino and Olivia are stark and distinct when it comes to how affairs of the heart influence their actions. Both of these characters' actions are totally governed by their love for their partners. The way Shakespeare has portrayed these two characters; it might suggest that love has an extremely persistent and stubborn nature, albeit interjected with superficial factors. It might also show that when one is in love, he or she is sucked helplessly into the mires of passion, forgoing and losing any notion of normalcy. Indeed, love bears such a strong impact on human beings that it sometimes evolves into something of a menace when one loses all sense of normalcy and morally-upright ethics. It brings forth with it an overwhelming domination over our body, soul and mind. Love is truly a wonder to behold, but at the same time a bottomless pit from which we might never be able to escape, if ever we initiate the downward spiral towards a mire of depression and delusion.…
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