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Title: 12th Night - Orsino

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Subject: English
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Date: April 25, 1998
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Orsino does not catch this, but describes that one should love a woman younger than himself. "For women are roses, whose fair flower Being once displayed, doth fall that very hour" (2.4.40-41). This is most likely a positive point for Viola, being that she is clearly younger than Orsino, and once the disguises are taken away, he will realize that he can love her...

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Orsino 1 actually describes a platonic love between himself and Cesario. This is a hint to the reader that the unveiling of Viola could, in fact, lead to a true love. For instance, Orsino tells Cesario "If ever thou shalt love; in the sweet pangs of it remember me" (2.4.13-14). This is almost ironic, and foreshadows the follies yet to come including the growing attraction Viola has for Orsino...

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