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Cases of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare The name "What you Will" is a perfect summary of the entire play. This story is about deception in character, being something you are not; if it being disguising sex, true beliefs or feelings. We never no real to why Viola chose to disguise her gender. We must assume that she would like to hide her identity until she's accumulated enough information about where she is and possibly feels safer dressed as a boy. He's resourceful and does not take pity on herself, despite the fact she thinks she's dropped her brother she immediately moves on and tries to make do with the circumstance. Her brother describes her as "lovely with a mind that envy could not call for." Sebastian is expressing that she is beautiful yet smart and level-headed. Her eloquence and ethics where she conducts herself grabs Olivia's focus, leading into a seriously challenging situations. Viola can also be selfless, accepting destiny and the limitations it places upon her. She knew she'd fallen in love with Duke Orsino and had the ideal opportunity to come clean and say how she felt when he asked her about what she believed women should be like. She didn't lie nor did she tell him the fact her ability to manipulate language saved her by showing her true identity. She even subtly hinted to the Duke the way she felt her smart language technique made it ambiguous. She is also very conscious of where she stands in many conditions. When she realises Olivia has fallen in love with her and she's trapped in a love affair, she knows there's little she could do, saying: " O tim...