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Who is the Twelfth Night heroine?

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October 28, 2008 8:48PM

The heroine of 'Twelfth Night' is most commonly considered to be Viola who valiantly disguises herself as a boy, Cesario in order to survive in a new land.

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Olivia is the name of the heiress in Twelfth Night

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i believe it was because that was the twelfth night after Christmas

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Twelfth Night XII was created in 1985.

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Yes, William Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night is a comedy.

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Twelfth Night is a comedy. There are many types of comedy in Twelfth Night such as situation comedy and word play. Elizabethans loved word play!

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yes Sebastian marries Olivia in twelfth night

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The play Twelfth Night by Shakespeare is not a historical play, it is a comedic play.

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William Shakespeare wrote plays called Twelfth Night and Macbeth.

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This isn't really a question about Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, is it? Because there is no character in Twelfth Night called Valentine. In the Two Gentlemen of Verona, sure, but there is no Viola in that play. If this is about some book about people performing Twelfth Night, you need to specify.

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That's not a question, it's a statement with a question mark. Twelfth Night is a veritable wealth of topics, to simply 'write about twelfth night' could take up an entire website. That's not a question, it's a statement with a question mark. Twelfth Night is a veritable wealth of topics, to simply 'write about twelfth night' could take up an entire website.

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It is believed that Shakespeare may have written the play as a 'Twelfth Night entertainment' for the Christmas season; i.e. the twelfth day of Christmas.

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the party at a 12th night

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Twelfth Night is one of Shakespeare's brightest and most cheerful comedies. You could not mistake it for a tragedy.

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They are two titles for the same play. "What You Will" is an alternate title for the play usually called "Twelfth Night".