Vocabulary in Twelfth Night
Updated: 3/7/2018
Vocabulary in Twelfth Night
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Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare

Lesson Plans by Kristy Littlehale

Twelfth Night is a lighter piece by William Shakespeare, and a good break from the usual tragedies and histories he is most well-known for. The play challenges the traditional gender roles of the time by putting a woman (Viola) into a very convincing man’s disguise. She is so convincing that Olivia falls in love with her and Orsino never notices. The play also follows a subplot which finds Malvolio questioning his sanity in a dark room while wearing yellow stockings. Students are likely to laugh at this play, be intrigued by the themes of deceit, disorder, madness, the triviality of love, and wonder at the implausibility of such a case of mistaken identity ever happening today!

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Twelfth Night Vocabulary

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  • (v.) to soothe or calm one's fears or pain
  • (v.) to grab or hold in a hand-to-hand fight; wrestle
  • (v.) to satiate or saturate with excessive amounts; gorge; overfeed
  • Vocabulary
  • (adj.) cannot be surpassed or equaled; superior; unrivaled
  • (n.) compensation or indemnity made for a loss or a wrong; restitution
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