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      • While one can never be completely sure why Shakespeare titled his plays as he did, it can be assumed that Twelfth Night refers to the Eve of Epiphany. This was a holiday celebrated twelve days after Christmas to commemorate the Magi’s arrival to visit the baby Jesus.
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  2. Mar 19, 2020 · Shakespeare titled his play Twelfth Night because it was written as a celebration of the twelfth night of Christmas. This was the last night of the Christmas season, sometimes called the Eve of...

  3. The title, Twelfth Night, likely represents Elizabeth's commission and the occasion for the play's performance, and the subtitle, What You Will, reflects the content and tone of the play itself and...

  4. Probably the character of Duke was named to honor him. So, these facts tell us about the historical ambiguity around the title of the play. In a literal sense, ‘Twelfth Night’ is the night preceding the Christian feast of the Epiphany which occurs on January 6th. In earlier times, Christians used to celebrate the Christmas festival for twelve days.

  5. Twelfth Night Summary. Viola, separated from her twin Sebastian, dresses as a boy and works for the Duke Orsino, whom she falls in love with. Orsino is in love with the Countess Olivia, and sends Viola to court her for him, but Olivia falls for Viola instead. Sebastian arrives, causing a flood of mistaken identity, and marries Olivia.

  6. "Twelfth Night" is a reference to the twelfth night after Christmas Day, also called the Eve of the Feast of Epiphany. It was originally a Catholic holiday, and therefore an occasion for revelry, like other Christian feast days. Servants often dressed up as their masters, men as women, and so forth.

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