outward character: looks can deceive, but I think you as honest as you seem 52 I prithee: Please [‘I pray you’] 52 bounteously: generously 53 Conceal me what I am: help me disguise myself 54–5 haply shall … my intent: will suit my purposes 56 eunuch: a man castrated as a boy to keep a high singing voice 57 be worth thy pains: reward you
Shakespeare's Twelfth Night: Disguise, Gender Roles, and Goal Setting Shakespeare is perhaps the greatest playwright that ever lived. His plays were fascinating and brilliantly written. In Shakespeare's plays, one notable character wears a literal disguise to accomplish a goal, while others use figurative disguises (Markels 63).
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- Sebastian. Viola's twin brother, whom she believes is lost at sea, and who likewise thinks she's dead. Sebastian is noble and capable of strong, deeply felt emotion, just like his sister.
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