Olivia, in Twelfth Night, is the character who unifies the play by
her involvement in each of the three plots. Olivia is loved by Orsino, but
she loves Cesario. Olivia plays a vital role in the plot to gull Malvolio,
although she is unaware of it. Olivia also has an active role in the plot
to dupe Sir Andrew because he is jealous of her attention towards Cesario.
In conlusion Olivia is the one who inifies the play the best.
Olivia is involved the the love plot more then any other plot in
which she is involved in. Olivia is loved by others, and she is also in
love with others. The Duke Orsino is in love with Olivia. Although he has
not really seen or actually talked to her about this subject. Sir Andrew
is also in love with Olivia, he has been with Olivia for quite some time
before and during the play. Malvolio is thought to be in love for a small
period of time. Olivia is madly in love through out the play with Cesario.
"Run after that come peevish messager, The country's man. He
left his ring behind him"
(Act 1, Scene 5, Lines 276-277).
Olivia also explains how she is in love with Cesario by telling him that
she loves him in front of him in his face when he is over at Olivia's house.
"I love thee so that, maugre all thy pride"
(Act 3, Scene 1, Line 149).
Cessario also knows that Olivia's in ...
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