Twelfth Night

fool in twelefth night

"fool the feste" in twelefth night,discuss.

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"In William Shakespeare's comedy, Twelfth Night, Feste the clown is

not the only fool who is subject to foolery. He and many other

characters combine their silly acts and wits to invade other

characters that "evade reality or rather realize a dream", while

"our sympathies go out to those". "It is natural that the fool

should be a prominent & attractive figure and make an important

contribution to the action" in forming the confusion and the

humor in an Elizabethan drama. In Twelfth Night, the clown and

the fools are the ones who combine humor & wit to make the comedy