This is a reader and companion to Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night". An introduction to the dramatic action of the play's meaning is followed by chapters exploring the folly tradition, language and the liberating comedy of sexual ambiquity.
Sources and scenic development; music and melancholy; a note on fools; on how Sir Andrew needed a dictionary but the fool was a thesaurus; textual strategy - Malvolio, the Puritans and the audience; boy-girls and girl-boys - sexual indeterminacy.
Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" by Stevie Davies
Penguin Critical Studies
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Penguin Books Ltd
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