|Lines 214-15. Give the following words an ordinary, conversational arrangement:”The rudeness that hath appeared in me have I learned from my entertainment.”What word comes first in your new arrangement?
|Line 227. Why, in Olivia’s view, is the text of Orsino’s heart”heresy”?
||It might lead her to a spiritual decline.
|Lines 232-234. In these lines, Olivia is:
||pretending that she is a picture of herself.
|Line 235. When Viola says,”if God did all,” she means:
||if your face is free of painting (cosmetics).
|Lines 240-242. Viola tells Olivia:Lady, you are the cruel’st she aliveIf you will lead these graces to the graveAnd leave the world no copy.To what is Viola trying to persuade Olivia?
|Lines 243-249. In these lines Olivia is
||declaring her intention of making an inventory of elements of her beauty.
|Line 251. Which of the following statements best communicates the meaning of Viola’s,”But, if you were the devil, you are fair”?
||Even if you were in fact the devil, who is ugly, I’d find you beautiful.
|Lines 257-258. Viola says that Orsino loves Olivia:With adorations, fertile tears,With groans that thunder love, with sighs of fire.Viola is thinking that Orsino the lover is like:
|Lines 292-293. Viola says:”And let your fervor, like my master’s, be / Placed in contempt.” She means:
||let your love-passion be ridiculed.
|Lines 204-304. At the end of scene 5, Olivia’s chief communication is:
||she finds Cesario attractive.