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Character Analysis- Fabian Fabian is a minor character in this play but a very important one At the end of the play he is the one who clears up all the confusion about Malvolio Fabian is a well liked aristocrat of the duke and also one of Sir Tobys cronies He follows Sir Toby everywhere and does whatever he is asked to do such as creating a false image of Sir Andrew to Viola and watching over Viola when Sir Toby had to go and frighten Sir Andrew I will do so Signior Fabian stay you by this gentleman till my return He is a loyal servant since when asked what happened to Malvolio he gave an honest answer which could have gotten him in a lot of trouble He is like Feste a wise character in this play He was asked question like the following by Sir Toby and for his cowardship ask Fabian and many times gave a well trusted no rejection answer A coward a most devout coward religious in it Fabians word is accepted with many characters in the play like Sir Toby Sir Andrew during the reading of his personally composed letter and Viola when he said he will try to make peace with Sir Andrew Even though he is wise he still does dishonest things such as taking part in the trick played on Malvolio and lying about the character of Sir Andrew This affects our view on Fabians integrity because he is a man favoured by the duke but lies and deceives when he is not around Fabians character will change depending who he is around just like our characters in life Fabian is a real optimist rationalizing everything for the better willing to sacrifice his position to tell the truth He is loyal to the duke and Sir Toby He is a dutiful servant but willing to take some risks to have some fun Fabian is
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