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Twelfth Night; Or, What You Will [electronic resource].
Newburyport : Dover Publications, 2012.
1 online resource (157 p.)
Dover Thrift Editions: Plays Ser.
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A delightfully comic tale of mistaken identities, Twelfth Night revolves around the physical likeness between Sebastian and his twin sister, Viola, each of whom, when separated after a shipwreck, believes the other to be dead. The theatrical romp begins when Viola assumes the identity of Cesario, a page in the household of the Duke of Orsino. The Duke is enamored of the Countess Olivia, who spurns him for the newly arrived young page. The comical machinations of Malvolio, Sir Toby Belch, the maid Maria, and Sir Andrew Aguecheek add to the ensuing confusion - all of which is pleasantly resolv
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Title Page; Theatrical Rights; Bibliographical Note; Copyright Page; Note; Table of Contents; Dramatis Personae; ACT I; SCENE I. An apartment in the DUKE'S palace.; SCENE II. The sea-coast.; SCENE III. OLIVIA'S house.; SCENE IV. The DUKE'S palace.; SCENE V. OLIVIA'S house.; ACT II; SCENE I. The sea-coast.; SCENE II. A street.; SCENE III. OLIVIA'S house.; SCENE IV. The DUKE'S palace.; SCENE V. OLmA's garden.; ACT III; SCENE I. OLIVIA'S garden.; SCENE II. OLIVIA'S house.; SCENE III. A street.; SCENE IV. OLIVIA'S garden.; ACT IV; SCENE I. Before OLIVIA'S house.; SCENE II. OLIVIA'S house.
SCENE III. OLIVIA'S garden.ACT V; SCENE I. Before OLIVIA'S house.; DOVER · THRIFT · EDITIONS
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