||He is hoping to fall out of love by indulging in too much music.
|The comic plot in Twelfth Night turns on a pair of twins who are separated in a shipwreck. Identify the twins.
||Viola and Sebastian
|What is the relationship between Sir Toby Belch and Olivia?
||He is her uncle; she is his niece.
|Why is Olivia in mourning?
||Her brother has died.
|Which of the disguised characters in this play utters the following words against disguise: “Disguise, I see, thou art a wickedness / Wherein the pregnant enemy does much”?
||Viola, disguised as Cesario
|What is Malvolio’s position in Olivia’s household?
||He is Olivia’s steward.
|Act 2, scene 5, contains the “letter trick,” in which Sir Toby, Sir Andrew, Fabian, and Maria observe Malvolio reading a letter that he believes to be written by Olivia, whom he secretly loves. Which of these characters is the true author of the letter?
|In what behaviors should Malvolio engage in order to please Olivia, according to the false letter?
||surly speech to her kinsmen, smiling, and the wearing of yellow cross-gartered stockings
|Why does Viola suspect that her brother may still be alive?
||– Antonio calls her by her brother’s name, asking Viola for money he gave her brother for safekeeping. – The Captain tells Viola he saw her brother clinging to a mast after the shipwreck.
|What motivation do Sir Toby, Fabian, Feste, and Maria have for locking up Malvolio for madness?
||Malvolio has questioned Feste’s wit; the others are motivated by Malvolio’s “stubborn and uncourteous” behavior to them.