Madness in Twelfth Night Quotes

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Foolery and Wordplay: The "caper" exchange between Sir Toby and Sir Andrew in 1.3, lines 116-117
Sir Andrew:"Faith, I can cut a caper." / Sir Toby:"And I can cut the mutton to't."
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Orsino shows naivety towards Viola's confusion in 1.4, line 36.
Orsino (to Viola):"And all is semblative a woman's part."
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Olivia proclaims at the end of Malvolio reading aloud part of Maria's letter in 3.4, line 55
Lady Olivia (To Malvolio?):"Why, this is very midsummer madness." (NB: A Midsummer Night's Dream was written before Twelfth Night, so this may well be a reference.)
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Orsino shows naivety towards Viola's confusion in 1.4, line 36.

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