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In most of the plays written by William Shakespeare there is always some act of revengeor foolery Whether it be in the gentlest of terms or set out to hurt someone intentionally it isalmost always present Trickery can be seen in many ways It can be simply calling some onenames or actually setting up a particular person despite the fact heshe has done nothing wrong The two plays I found the strongest connections with are Twelfth Night and Henry IVpartone These two plays while totally different are much alike in the respect that they both havean underlying story about someone getting tricked The whole basis of the play Twelfth Night is disguises and how well a person cansuccessfully trick the other into thinking they are someone else It starts off with Viola a youngwoman who has crashed onto the coast of Illyria Broke and without her family she goes insearch of shelter She decides to take disguise as a young boy Cesario and serve the royal dukeOrsino Conceal me what I am and be my aid For such disguise as haply shall become Theform of my intent Ill serve this duke Thou shalt present me as an eunuch to him p177049-52 While the disguise of Viola is necessary for her to live It is the actions of Sir Toby andMalvolio a stern hearted man steward to Oliva He is not a man of laughter but ofreason As compared to Toby and Maria he is to serious and really easy to make fun of Theyknow that he does care deeply for Olivia he is there to make sure she takes care of things Out ofno spite but their own Sir Toby Maria Sir Andrew and Fabian decide it would be great fun tosee this great man totally embarrassed With Marias great wit they write a letter concealing ofthings said by Olivia that would take Malvolio completely out of context I will
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