The views of love in the play Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare.

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Love is a strong liking or affection for a thing or person. In William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, there are many different types of love. Mistaken love is shown when Malvolio falls in love with Olivia but she thinks that she loves Cesario. Self-Love is expressed through Malvolio and Orsino's conceitedness. Throughout the play, true love is evident when Viola falls in love with Orsino and Toby falls in love with Maria. The characters in the …

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…that Cesario's manly charms were really a woman's. The Self-Love expressed by Malvolio's self-righteousness made others dislike him and plan revenge and Orsino's egotistical mind made him think every woman would give anything to be his wife. There is also true love with Viola's obsession for Orsino and Toby's admiration for Maria. Love is a strong passion expressed in many different ways. Twelfth Night show many people in this world are very confused about love.