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Malvolio's Diary.

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Introduction

Malvolio's Diary. Oh Feste is such an atrocious character. He decisively intrigues and manages to entertain the Lady. He thinks I compete with him for the happiness of my Lady. But I have no need to challenge him; I am already a winner. Not with a fool's charm, but my respectable ways and forever-enduring honor. As for my fair Lady Olivia, such extravagance, wittiness and adoring beauty in body and mind. I have a timid love for her. But I am frightened of telling her of my secret. Not for I am frightened, but I do not know which personality I love of so many she has. ...read more.

Middle

Today she talked to a man not of our residence, a man from Duke Orsino's court, her puritan ways were a disguise, an excuse. Her cleverness has leaded her to find that her false bereavement has also been a key to another of Orsino's many false sides of his puzzled heart. He must have some feelings for a woman crying for her lost brother, he must give her peace. One person who should give her some peace is her drunken fool of an uncle, Sir Toby and his no brain-drinking partner Sir Andrew. Their life revolves on alcohol and women, as if this is a way on building a person's lifestyle, I think not! ...read more.

Conclusion

There is Maria, I suppose she is good for a common person, not much wit or cleverness to her, but she knows her place and knows her manners when beside such characters as myself and lady Olivia. But I know she is Jealous of me like the others and is scheming to humiliate men. But yet I do not fear for she also has no more wit than the others and possesses no talent of any sort. She even sometimes jokes with sir Toby and Sir Andrew, obviously on the same subject of their endless common talk, nothing intelligent ever comes from mouths such as theirs. ...read more.

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