Twelfth Night, a romantic piece by William Shakespeare expresses a complex love triangle in the village of Illyria. One of the primary protagonists, Viola is washed up onto the shores during violent storms that separate her and her biological twin brother Sebastian. Viola is uncertain if her brother Sebastian survived. It is a coincidence, that the tragic shipwreck carried Viola to the enemy state (Illyria). Unfortunately, this forces the character to go into disguise in order to survive on the male dominated land. Viola is perhaps the strongest character in this work, maintaining her roles and ignoring temptations. The character uses Sebastian strength in his absence. On the other hand, when in Sebastian’s presence Viola becomes weak
He stood over me and bent over to kiss me. "I've been wanting to do that for a while."
“I can’t condone this, son. I have a bad feeling about it. I can’t explain it,” Fred said, shaking his head. “But I want you to do what you need to do. So I’m not going to say anything about it.
Patients with middle to later stages of Alzheimer’s often have spouses or children who are deceased. But these patients’ failing memories will often lead them to believe his/her loved ones are alive and well. When a patient continually asks a nurse to see their husband or wife, nurses will use a technique called therapeutic lying to reassure the patient by telling him/her that the personhas gone to visit a relative. Telling the person that he/she is dead only brings immense sadness, and patients who have an even shorter term memory will not remember the previous day’s events. Every day it is discovered that the loved one has died. This is extremely emotionally tolling both on the nurses and the patients and lying seems like a kinder option. A situation such as this one would be deception to gain something but is helping the person being lied to. In William Shakespeare 's Twelfth Night, one main characters, Viola, wakes up on the shores of Illyria after a shipwreck in which her brother has presumably died. She formulates a plan to work for the Duke, Orsino who is hopelessly in love with the sought-after Olivia. This causes many complications when Olivia falls in love with Viola’s male character and Viola falls in love with Orsino. people can agree that using deception for harm is unethical. However, using deception to gain something creates a controversy. Society can help determine these ethical gray areas whether through law, or behavior that society accepts. Something
Why is love so popular? Almost every current movie have one thing in common: a love triangle between the characters. Before movies, people learned about love in literature. Even in the old literature, love was a common theme. In Shakespeare’s play “Twelfth Night”, different types of love between the characters are investigated. Each of the characters’ relationships play a role in the development of the story.
“Well we don't always get what we want, and I almost forgot to tell you I brought my friends with me in fact at this very moment they should be tearing your friends limb from limb.”
Twelfth Night is a dramatic comedy which revolves around the classic Shakespearean traits of comedy, which are difficult to categorise but generally identifiable in that they often contain dazzling word play, irony, and a greater emphasis on situations than characters. While in many ways the play is a celebration of social upheaval through its characters, the play is very much characteristic to typical conventions seen in Shakespeare’s comedies when it’s identifying features are considered.