Twelfth Night (36 of 37)
Publication Date: May 20, 2011
Chapter: English Literature in the Sixteenth Century
After the wedding, things kind of snowball for poor Viola. While Sebastian is conveniently absent while stabbing Sir Toby, Olivia accosts Viola for continuing to serve Orsino while he/she's supposed to serve only his/her wife now. Orsino is notably annoyed that Viola has apparently married without telling him, and to the woman he loves, no less. Then Antonio shows up, and bitches Viola out for not helping out with the cops. Then, to pile on still further, the bleeding Sir Toby wanders in and complains about Viola almost killing him.
It's at this point that Sebastian wanders in and everyone's all, "Bwuuuuuh-?"
Author: William Shakespeare • Year: 1602 • Info: Wikipedia
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