Feste to Maria – shows that he knows he is clever “Better a witty fool than a foolish wit”
Feste to Olivia – witty view on how nobody can be 100% good “If he mend, he is no longer dishonest; if he cannot, let the botcher mend him”
Feste to Olivia – shows wit and comedy, and reversal of roles “Take away the fool, gentlemen”
Malvolio to Olivia – snobbery towards Olivia and Feste’s friendship, insulting Feste “I marvel your ladyship takes delight in such a barren rascal”
Olivia to Malvolio – calling him up on his vanity and obnoxiousness “O you are so sick of self-love, Malvolio”
Malvolio to Olivia – about Cesario’s appearance “Not yet old enough for a man, nor young enough for a boy… he is very well-favoured and he speaks very shrewishly”
Viola to Olivia – delivering Orsino’s letter to Olivia, flattery from Orsino “Most radiant, exquisite and unmatchable beauty”
Viola to Olivia – when Olivia removes her veil, Viola saying that Olivia is not natural “Excellently done, if God did all”
Olivia to Viola – rejecting Orsino, but without a valid reason “But I cannot love him”
Viola to Olivia – showing Orsino’s genuine love and saying how Olivia consumes him “Make me a willow cabin at your gate, and call upon my soul within the house…”
Olivia to Viola – shows audience how she wants Viola to come back, suggests start of love triangle “Unless (perchance) you come to me again”
Olivia to Malvolio – getting him to get Viola back and lying about the ring as an excuse to do so “Run after that same peevish messenger, the county’s man. He left this ring behind him”