Literature - Twelfth Night

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Literature - Twelfth Night
1 THEMES AND ISSUES
1.1 Mistaken identity
1.1.1 Viola and Cesario, Viola and Sebastian, Antonio, Malvolio
1.2 Northrop Frye's Green World
1.2.1 1). The rural world means that urban and business concerns can be forgotten.
1.2.1.1 2). Time is also forgotten. There are no clocks.
1.2.1.1.1 3). The older, restrictive generation can be dispersed with.
1.2.1.1.1.1 4). There is often gender confusion.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1 5). The mythical and real merge.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1 6). It is a temporary holiday atmosphere.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 7). There is no social hierarchy.
1.2.2 The old world - urban rules.
1.2.2.1 Up until Scene 1, 2 and 3 when Viola dresses as a man
1.2.3 Green world - chaos and disorder
1.2.3.1 From scene 4 when Viola is in costume, up until it's resolved
1.2.4 New world - the resolved plot
1.2.4.1 when everyone's true identities are discovered
1.3 Mistaken identity, love of family, romance, opposing forces, imprisonment, bullying, Puritanism, pleasure, madness, self-deception, appearance and reality, hedonism, resentment, conflict, betrayal, jealousy, loss and death, confusion deceit, assumptions, competition, foolishness honesty, friendship, status, family, love, passion
2 C.L BARBER
2.1 Comedies read in light of marriages, wassails and wakes
2.2 Pagan and Christian holidays are all starting points
2.2.1 May Day, Whitsuntide, Midsummer Eve, Harvest, Halloween
2.3 Comedy about pleasure and merry-making
2.4 Comedy is a form of release
2.5 Comedy reacts against social conformity
3 MIKHAIL BAKHTIN
3.1 Made observations on the contrast between official culture of the state / religious system / organisations and the culture of the market place / people
3.2 Carnival is a significant celebration because it allows people freedom away from official culture (e.g. Mardi Gras before Lent
3.2.1 Misrule, indulgence in food and sexual activity

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