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    Why Twelfth Night and She 's the Man are Alike Twelfth Night and She 's the Man are similar in some themes and plot, but only have obvious contrast between time periods, theme, and motive leaving it mostly similar. Twelfth Night is a play written by Shakespeare and is a play that takes place in the 1620’s and is about how Viola (the main character) disguises herself as a man and becomes a servant to a man to help a noblewoman (Olivia) go through the stages of grief after Olivia 's brother dies…

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    Twelfth Night Gender

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    What Shakespeare does in his comedic play Twelfth Night is that he deconstructs notions of gender and social class; however, he also stresses the futility of going against said social norms especially in Elizabethan society. Throughout the play, clothing is shown as a prime marker for, among other things, identity and social class. Some characters use clothing as a means of climbing up the social ladder; whereas others happen to flip the gender script by using clothing to highlight that gender…

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    Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, explores the effects of deception and trickery. Shakespeare’s characters are unaware the world they see is an illusion. Shakespeare sets the stage for a comedic adventure through Illyria starring conspiracy and intrigue. Niccolò Machiavelli, on the other hand, is attempting to shed light on how politics works in the world through The Prince. Machiavelli presents disturbing truths about the behavior of humanity, thus earning himself sinister notoriety.…

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    The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh is an infamous work of art that many people find captivating (many for it’s vibrant colors and elaborate design, and some for the history of it’s creation). Van Gogh is an artist known for his elaborate works of art, those of which came in high demand after his death. As well being a mostly self taught artist, he produced over a 2,000 works of art, all of which are now praised for their beauty and design. Van Gogh, while brilliant, became mentally ill over…

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    Twelfth Night have universal themes. The two plays teach valuable lessons throughout the actions going on. Readers are able to recognize themes throughout the plays based on the specific characteristics of each of the plays. The two books have some clear differences. The Twelfth Night was written in 1601 while Hamlet was written in 1599. The different times of being written can allow the reader to recognize different themes in each of the plays. Hamlet is a tragedy and a the Twelfth Night is a…

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    Stafford’s “Traveling through the Dark” and Snodgrass 's "Driving Late at Night" are the same poem written by two different people but have a whole different felt to one another. Stafford’s poem gives a dark, eerie feeling while Snodgrass’s has the same effect but it doesn’t feel as dark and eerie due to the lack of detail throughout. To summarize Stafford’s whole poem would be a man is driving alongside a mountain on night when he comes across a dead dear. Therefore he decides to push the deer…

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    southern Scotland. The night sky portrays a sense of intricate detail covering the entire horizon as far as the eye can see. Nature’s vastness contains power and encompasses a sense of motion, especially when glancing up at the night sky. Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh utilizes intricate brushstrokes to portray the nighttime. Van Gogh’s representation of the night sky utilizes colors and intricate brush strokes to portray a depiction of nature’s impact. “Such a painting as Starry Night… with…

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    Character Analysis Sir Andrew Aguecheek Twelfth Night, a comedic play, written by Shakespeare, eloquently develops unique traits, actions, and dialogue for each character to defy roles. Throughout the play, there are clear examples that convey the characteristics and the use of Sir Andrew Aguecheek in the play. He is the clueless, cowardly character who is used by other characters to create a humorous scene and plot, and the vehicle Shakespeare used to prove the stupidity of the royal class. In…

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    Shakespeare’s comparison of ignorance to darkness and hell in Twelfth Night illustrates the ironies inflicted on the main characters and shows that as long as they do not know the true state of their situations, they will be in the agony of their own personal hells. Feste and Malvolio deliver a shared simile in 4.2, which reveals the foundational theme of the play: the characters in Olivia’s house (sphere of influence) are ignorant of their true situations. MALVOLIO. I say to you this house…

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    Analyzing Art Work by Different Artists from Different Periods Art is very important to people especially when it represents spirituality. It adds a strong connection between the artist and the viewers on something they both agree on. Art in the early Renaissance was mostly about spirituality, but as time passes by, artists paid less attention to spirituality, and they started adding other themes to art. I intend to show that The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, represents the scene of The…

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