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.
Olivia's words allow an audience, particularly a modern one, to perhaps read her as suspecting or even knowing that Cesario is female, yet choosing to love him/her anyway. Olivia's description of Cesario's beauty, both here and upon their first encounter, praises typically feminine qualities, but curiously doesn't question Cesario's gender. The comparison of love to guilt tempts the readers mind to wonder if Olivia is guilty about her love for such female attributes. Olivia's oath on maidenhood ... ... middle of paper ... ...ess Ltd, 1972. 222-43.
His best friend Mercutio and his cousin Benvolio know that it is not love and try and get him to find another girl that may like him back, "By giving liberty unto thine eyes; Examine other beauties." However, Romeo is not convinced at first, as he is so sexually attracted to Rosaline. Romeo only realises that his love for Rosaline was just an infatuation when he meets Juliet. He realises that it is love because he sees her inner beauty not just external.
He asked Olivia (v. 351): "Why you have given me such clear lights of favour,...this in an obedient hope", this could be justified by the f... ... middle of paper ... ...ino takes on Viola as his "Mistress, and his fancy's Queen." As a result, it is arguably that in this extract "madness" occupies a central place. The reason of this "madness" was mainly due to the power of love, but in the case of Malvolio, we noticed that it is not only love, but self-love as well, which caused his madness, leading to humiliation. However, it is important to highlight the meaning of the title "Twelfth Night", referring to the end of Christmas festivity, often associated with Carnaval. It was a time for pleasure, drinking, food, festivity, thus, the social life order was turned upside down, serious issues and events were mingled with revelry and apparent madness.
It 's awkward to think that a genre with singers who have some of the most soft tone voices can be so derogatory. It 's a contradiction for sure, but I think this contradiction isn 't even a contradiction to begin with, they uses feminine strategies to attract woman, which only further proves their masculinity. Why? The soft voice easily attracts the women into falling for them, and once they have them in the palm of their hands that 's when the player mentality comes out. An article done by Kristie A. Ford speaks on how “fake masculinity can be used to achieve real masculine behavior” (Ford 13).
Don Pedro’s reference about "your niece Beatrice was in love with Signor Benedick." helps to accomplish such manipulation. This scheme is completed when this is overheard by Benedick, and due to his insecurity about love he falls for their trick, thus loving Beatrice. Another example of manipulation that is closely related to the one involving Benedick but Beatrice becomes the focus of the scheme. Like Benedick, Beatrice's feelings about love are strong and opposing.
Olivia wants to believe that she has a chance with Cesario, (a eunuch that is actually disguised) so she gives herself assurance. When Cesario simply sympathizes to Olivia’s confession of her love for him by saying, “I pity you” (3.1.113), it seems like Olivia immediately answers, “That’s a degree to love”! (3.1.114). Olivia is so desperate for Cesario! Her seemingly immediate answer shows that she will take whatever Cesario says and will twist it around to her advantage so that in her thoughts, Cesario does love her.
At Chéri’s primary departure for his wedding, Léa even has to lie about having a new lover; the love that she possesses for Chériwas simply too strong for her to ignore, although she doesn’t mind lying to others to show a seemingly transitory recovery. She simply doesn’t want people to know that Chéri has affected her, a courtesan. She wants to prove to others, though distorting it to herself, that she is capable of terminating her feelings for Chéri just like he is capable of denying her as well. Léa’s strength is clearly also her weakness: although she possesses the ability to be confident and firm, her relationship with Chéri has brought her confidence and willingness to the point of excess, and the boldness she once showed to others has in turn backfired. She is no longer dominant over Chéri in the relationship, but only realizes this after he is gone from her life.
You know, beautiful girl want someone who care about her, physical beauty and appearance does not matter too much. If you do the right thing at right time then you can capture the heart of any beautiful girl even if you are not a cool dude. So before you try to impress a beautiful girl you need to be understood what a girl wants to see in his boyfriend. Find anything different then beauty Well, If you want to impress a beautiful woman you need to forget about her beauty and try find out what else she has good on her and try to start conversation using the good thing you found on her even if the dazzling beauty are what attract you at first. You need to understand they have listen thousand times about their but if you start with any other special thing in her then there is a big chance that she will be interested on you.
Marvell presents a case that few women could deny, but he quickly turns the flattery into a disguised threat. The compliments he pays to his lover promptly evaporate because of his efforts to convince her to have sex. In the first stanza Marvell expresses his desire to spend all the time in the world to admire her beauty, but in the second stanza Marvell communicates his true intent. The second stanza displays the briefness of life and the brevity of beauty. Instead of using time to glorify his mistress, Marvell manipulates time against her beauty.