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Twelfth Night or What You Will a Later Festive Comedy In Illyria the Duke of Illyria Orsino states he is sick in love with Olivia Valentine reports to him however that she will not see him any other man for seven years while she mourns the death of her father and brother both died within the last six months On the seacoast Viola and her ships captain come ashore after their ship sinks Viola fears her twin brother Sebastian is drowned but the captain thinks he saved himself by holding onto the floating mast Upon learning that she is in Illyria governed by Orsino she convinces the captain to help disguise her as a male so that she may become a servant to Orsino and it seems perhaps try to win his love At Olivias house her uncle Sir Toby Belch comes home late drunk as usual while Olivias lady-in-waiting Maria lets him in Soon Tobys drinking buddy Sir Andrew Aguecheek shows up Andrew tells Toby hell head for home the next day since Olivia wont let him woo her but Toby convinces him to stay with them another month and promises to try harder to get Olivia to like him Andrew Back at the Dukes palace he asks Viola pretending to be a male servant named Cesario to approach Olivia and woo her on his behalf Viola as Cesario promises to do so but privately reveals she will not try hard since she desires Orsino At Olivias house Olivia and her servant Feste aka Clown trade witticisms when Maria and Toby drunk as usual tell her Viola as Cesario is at the door Learning Viola is come from Orsino Olivia tells her steward Malvolio to send him away Finally though she agrees to see Viola Viola speaks to Olivia about Orsino and actually tries to tell her how to distance herself from him While Viola speaksOlivia actually starts to fall in love
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