William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night
&lt;Tab/&gt;One of the first lines in the play Twelfth Night reveals the main theme of the play. Curio asks, "Will you go hunt, my lord?" And Duke Orsino replies, "Why, so I do, the noblest that I have. O, when mine eyes did see Olivia first, methought she purged the air of pestilence; that instant was I turned into a hart, and my desires, like fell
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it is something that everyone can relate to. Although the play seems to end on a high note, Feste's final song is quite serious. It is a song about growing up and discovering the harshness of life. We learn from Shakespeare that love does not conquer all obstacles, and not everyone gets a happy, fairy tale ending. All joyful things come to and end, and eventually we must face the more serious aspects of life.