The sea captain she meets after she washes up on shore tells her that it is a good idea to become a eunuch. This is because Duke Orsino cannot have any female servants.The captain tells... ... middle of paper ... ...ow through with the duel. Sir Andrew was begging Cesario not to continue with the duel. He even offered Cesario his horse. His own personal belongings because he was afraid.
Viola is in love with Orsino when she is pretending to be a man. Malvolio is in love with Olivia because he wants to move up in station. There is no one who loves anyone because of who they are only their surface aspects and physical appeal. Then to add to the hilarity of this Olivia marries Sebastian without knowing who he really is. In the end everything seems to be happily ever after but Orsino will not marry Viola until she has her own clothes back, which is just another jab from Shakespeare at the absurd shallowness of
In act two the complexity of the relationship is taken to an all-new level. Olivia falls in love with the page Cesario; meaning Viola has landed herself in a tight spot between Orsino and Olivia. The newly developed love triangle is now apart of the relationship between Orsino and Viola despite the fact that Orsino knows nothing but the façade Viola has conveniently blinded him with. In scene four of act two there is a very important interaction between Viola and Orsino. She tells him a love story about Cesario's sister the stories purpose however is to pull his attention from Olivia.
Viola/Cesario who has just lost her brother in a shipwreck feels that she needs to dress as a man to survive on the island of Illyria. “And what should I do in Illyria? My brother he is in Elysium. Perchance his not drown’d what you think.” Viola changes her name to Cesario and begins her new life as a man. Viola/Cesario crosses the boundaries and becomes Orsino’s best servant.
It was thought by Orsino that She would have an intense love for him if she loved her family so much. As the play moves forward, Orsino actually meets Olivia but he loses his lust for her, and instead loves Viola ( formerly Cesario). Shakespeare also used lust between Malvolio and Olivia. Malvolio thought that Olivia had fallen in love with him (as the reader knows this was a joke being played on Malvolio). This grew a larger ego bubble on Malvolio.
When Viola talks about her “sister” who fell in love with a man but “let concealment, like a worm I’ th’ bud, feed on her damask cheek” (PG 75). In this quote, I believe Olivia describes how she has fallen for Orsino akin to the way Orsino has fallen for Olivia. However she knows that she must mask this feeling of love because Orsino has fallen for Olivia, thus a relationship between Viola and Orsino wouldn’t work out due to their love not being mutual. She tries to communicate this notion to Orsino by saying “Hath for your love as great a pang of heart as you have for Olivia. You cannot love her; You tell her so.
The irony settles in when Orisno, asks his close servant Cesario to go to Olivia and make her understand how deeply he loves her. Shakespeare shows her helplessness in this situation because she has to help her love, try to woo someone else. The irony builds into a love triangle as Olivia begins to fall in love with Cesario as “he” loved Orisno. Olivia’s love is confirmed when she says “Yet come again, for thou perhaps mayst move that heart, which now abhors, to like his love” (III.i.153).
Viola was caught up in another true love scenario, only this time she was on the receiving end, and things didn't work out so smoothly. During her attempts to court Olivia for Orsino, Olivia grew to love Cesario. Viola was now caught in a terrible situation and there was only one way out, but that would jeopardize her chances with Orsino. It's amazing that Olivia could fall for a woman dressed as a man, but because Viola knew what women like to hear, her words won Olivia's heart. The next case of true love is on a less intimate and romantic scale, and more family oriented.
However, after Juliet sees Romeo, she instantly falls in love with him and admits that she wants to marry him. Furthermore, the night after Romeo and Juliet meet, Romeo risks his life to go see his love once again. Juliet ... ... middle of paper ... ... lovers”, had their love thwarted by destiny, but they still found a way to come together because they truly loved each other. This solidifies the point that love at first sight is real because Romeo and Juliet had feelings of love since the moment that they saw each other. Next time someone gets judged based on how fast they fell in love, think again about how they could have true feelings for that person.
He simply is so desperate to have someone to love him that he falls in love with every girl that he sees. The infatuation tendency of his is turned into true love. Juliet had not fallen for the Petrachan role Romeo was playing. He was sending metaphors out to her and was being very smooth and flowery but she had not fallen for that side. In fact, the majority of their love was developed in a short period after Romeo dropped the act of a Petrachan lover.