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And this , like the consciousness of 'providence' and of the artificiality of the plot , further contributes to the audience's sense that what it is watching is a comedy. Other attitudes are allowed their scope - and to such an extent that the divisions between genres are blurred; but the basic experience remains one of satisfaction in the resolution of difficulties, laughter at the exposure of follies, and delight in the nimbleness of man's wit. 4 ORDER AND DISORDER Both Malvolio and Maria rebuke Sir Toby for his disorderly behaviour.
Viola/Cesario intercedes for him because he drew his sword on her side, but Antonio complains that it was for this 'ungrateful boy' that he exposed himself to danger in Orsino's territory and that he lent 'him' his purse, which is now being denied. As Olivia enters his case is put aside . She is adamant in rejecting Orsino's love-suit, and he begins to suspect that the reason she does so is that Cesario has stolen her love. In his jealousy he threatens to do Cesario harm ; Viola/ Cesario submits to Orsino, but Olivia urges 'him', as virtually her 'husband', to resist , and when 'he' denies any relationship between them she brings in the priest who, she declares , has witnessed their betrothal.
1&-19) The pun may excite a good-natured groan from the audience; but, if so, that is not inappropriate. The double meaning represents both the romantic provenance of Orsino's attitude and the ridiculous nature of the convention which it has become. e. he changes the colours of his mood from one moment to the next as the whim of sentiment leads him. The play has many ' other examples of love which is similarly amb iguous in value . 33-9), but Sir Toby treats her grief lightly: 'What a plague means my niece to take the death of her brother thus?