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Twelfth Night - Act I. Scene 1Orsino dismal. Scene 2Viola sadTo serve Orsino. Scene 3Sir Toby drunkMaria helps. Scene 4Viola and Orsino. Scene 5Maria/FesteFeste/OliviaOlivia/MalvolioOlivia/Cesario (Viola). Twelfth Night - Act I. ORSINO If music be the sustenance of affection, play on; Give me overabundance of it, that, surfeiting, The hankering may sicken, thus pass on. That strain once more! it had a diminishing fall: O, it
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Twelfth Night Structure, discourses, and arranging

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Twelfth Night - Act I Scene 1 Orsino miserable Scene 3 Sir Toby smashed Maria helps Scene 2 Viola pitiful To serve Orsino Scene 4 Viola and Orsino Scene 5 Maria/Feste/Olivia/Malvolio Olivia/Cesario (Viola)

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Twelfth Night - Act I Scene 1 ORSINO If music be the nourishment of adoration, play on; Give me overabundance of it, that, surfeiting, The craving may sicken, thus pass on. That strain once more! it had a withering fall: O, it came o\'er my ear like the sweet stable, That inhales upon a bank of violets, Stealing and giving smell! Enough; no more: \'Tis not all that sweet now as it was some time recently.

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Twelfth Night - Act I Scene 5 OLIVIA What\'s an inebriated man like, trick? FESTE Like a suffocated man, a trick and a lunatic: one draft above warmth makes him a trick; the second mads him; and a third suffocates him.

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Twelfth Night - Act I Scene 5 CESARIO If I loved you in my lord\'s fire, With such an agony, such a destructive life, In your foreswearing I would discover no sense; I would not comprehend it. OLIVIA Why, what okay?

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Twelfth Night - Act I Scene 5 CESARIO Make me a willow lodge at your entryway, And call upon my spirit inside the house; Write faithful cantons of disdained love And sing them uproarious even in the dead of night; Halloo your name to the resound slopes And make the chattering tattle of the air Cry out "Olivia!" O, You ought not rest Between the components of air and earth, But you ought to pity me!

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Twelfth Night - Act II Scene 1 Antonio/Sebastian Scene 2 Malvolio/Cesario Scene 3 Sir Toby/Andrew Maria/Feste Malvolio Scene 4 Orsino/Viola Feste Scene 5 Maria\'s Jest Malvolio letter

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Twelfth Night - Act II Scene 2 CESARIO My lord cherishes her beyond all doubt; And I, poor creature, affectionate as much on him; And she, mixed up, appears to hover over me. What will happen to this? As I am man, My state is edgy for my lord\'s affection; As I am lady,- - now oh dear the day!- - What thriftless moans should poor Olivia relax! O time! thou must unwind this, not I; It is too hard a bunch for me to unfasten!

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Twelfth Night - Act II Scene 3 FESTE (sings) What is love? \'tis not from this point forward; Present merriment hath display giggling; What\'s to come is still uncertain: In deferral there untruths no bounty; Then come kiss me, sweet and twenty, Youth\'s a stuff won\'t persevere.

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Twelfth Night - Act II Scene 3 SIR TOBY Art any more than a steward? Dost thou think, since thou craftsmanship idealistic, there should be no more cakes and beer?

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Twelfth Night - Act II Scene 4 ORSINO For, kid, be that as it may we do laud ourselves, Our fancies are more wired and unfirm, More yearning, faltering, sooner lost and worn, Than ladies\' are.

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Twelfth Night - Act II Scene 4 FESTE (sings) Come away, leave away, demise, And in dismal cypress let me be laid; Fly away, take off breath; I am killed by a reasonable brutal house keeper.

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Twelfth Night - Act II Scene 4 CESARIO She never advised her affection, But let covering, similar to a worm i\' the bud, Feed on her damask cheek: she pined in thought, And with a green and yellow despairing She sat like persistence on a landmark, Smiling at anguish. Was not this affection to be sure? We men may state more, swear all the more: yet surely Our shows are more than will; for still we demonstrate Much in our pledges, yet little in our affection.

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Twelfth Night - Act II Scene 5 MALVOLIO By my life, this is my woman\'s hand these be her exceptionally C\'s, her U\'s and her T\'s and hence makes she her incredible P\'s.

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Twelfth Night - Act III Scene 1 Viola/Feste Sir Toby/Andrew Viola/Olivia Scene 3 Sebastian/Antonio Scene 2 Sir Andrew to Challenge Cesario Scene 4 Olivia/Malvolio, yellow leggings Sir Toby to look after Malvolio Olivia/Cesario Viola tested by Sir Andrew Antonio salvages Viola

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Twelfth Night - Act III Scene 1 CESARIO By honesty I swear, and by my childhood I have one heart, one chest and one truth, And that no lady has; nor never none Shall paramour be of it, spare only i. Thus farewell, great madam: never more Will I my lord\'s tears to you hate.

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Twelfth Night - Act IV Scene 1 Feste/Sebastian battles Sir Toby Olivia separates battle Scene 3 Olivia and Sebastian wed Scene 2 Malvolio\'s torment Feste as Sir Topas

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Twelfth Night - Act IV Scene 1 SEBASTIAN What relish is in this? how runs the stream? On the other hand I am distraught, or else this is a fantasy: Let favor still my sense in Lethe soak; If it be in this way to dream, still let me rest!

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Twelfth Night - Act V Scene 1 Feste/Fabian Feste/Orsino Viola/Orsino/Antonio Olivia/Orsino/Cesario Sebastian/Sir Toby/Sir Andrew Viola/Sebastian Malvolio Feste\'s Song

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Twelfth Night - Act V Scene 1 ORSINO One face, one voice, one propensity, and two people, A characteristic point of view, that is and is most certainly not!

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Twelfth Night - Act V Scene 1 SEBASTIAN So comes it, woman, you have been mixed up: But nature to her inclination attracted that. You would have been contracted to a house keeper; Nor are you in that, by my life, beguiled, You are betroth\'d both to a cleaning specialist and man.

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Twelfth Night - Act V Scene 1 FESTE (sings) When that I was and a minuscule kid, With hello, ho, the wind and the rain, An absurd thing was however a toy, For the rain it raineth consistently. Yet, when I went to man\'s home, With hello, ho, the wind and the rain. \'Gainst miscreants and criminals men close their door, For the rain, it raineth each

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Twelfth Night - Act V Scene 1 FESTE (sings) con\'t But when I came, too bad! to wive, With hello, ho, the wind and the rain By swaggering might I be able to never flourish, For the rain, it raineth consistently But when I came unto my beds, With hello, ho, the wind and the rain With hurl pots still had tanked heads, For the rain, it raineth consistently

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Twelfth Night - Act V Scene 1 FESTE (sings) con\'t An incredible while back the world started, With hello, ho, the wind and the rain But that is each of the one, our play is done, And we\'ll endeavor to satisfy you consistently.

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