Foolishness and Folly in Twelfth Night

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  • Foolishness and Folly
    • A brother's dead love, which she would keep fresh / And lasting in her sad remembrance (1.1 Valentine)
    • you think you have fools in hand? (1.3 Andrew) Sir, I have not you by th' hand (1.3 Maria)
    • What is pourquoi? (1.3 Andrew)
      • Humorous as it contradicts Toby's previous statement that Andrew can speak in many tongues
    • Take the fool away (1.5 Olivia)...Take away the Lady (1.5 Feste)
    • The more fool, madonna, to mourn for your brother's soul, being in heaven... (1.5 Feste to Olivia)
      • Wise - witty fool
    • ...tailor make thy doublet of changeable taffeta, for thy mind is a very opal (2.4 Feste to Orsino)
      • Orsino's love is a folly
    • ...a foolish knight. (2.5  Malvolio) That's me, I warrant you (2.5 Andrew ASIDE)
      • Can't recognise insult
    • ...are you not mad indeed, or do you but counterfeit? (4.2 Feste to Malvolio)
      • Madness is synonymous with folly in the play
    • For his sake / Did I expose myself, pure for his love... (5.1 Antonio about Sebastian)
    • O, he's drunk... (5.1 Feste about the doctor)
      • Humorous in a comedy, not tragic


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