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Feste What ho, I say! Peace16 during this felony! 17 Sir Toby The knave counterfeits18 good. a superb knave. Malvolio ( inside of) Who calls there? 20 Feste Sir Topas the curate, who involves stopover at Malvolio the lunatic. Malvolio Sir Topas, Sir Topas, strong Sir Topas, visit my woman. Feste Out hyperbolical fiend,19 how vexest thou this guy! Talkest thou not anything yet of girls? 25 Sir Toby good acknowledged, grasp Parson. Malvolio Sir Topas, by no means was once guy therefore wronged, stable Sir Topas, don't imagine i'm mad. they've got laid me right here in hideous darkness. Feste Fie, thou cheating devil! I name thee through the main 30 modest phrases, for i'm a type of mild ones that might use the satan himself in a well mannered way. Sayst thou that house20 is darkish? thirteen invented via Feste 14 early British king, celebrated in pre-Shakespearean drama 15 to him ϭ at/attack him (often used to spur on looking canines) sixteen quiet 17 i. e. , as a priest, Sir Topas has get to grips with disorderly stipulations within the prisons of Elizabethan England – and Malvolio is successfully in a jail 18 imitates 19 hyperbolical fiend ϭ extravagant demon (i. e. , a demon supposedly owning Malvolio) 20 position of abode/rest 116 act four • scene 2 Malvolio As hell, Sir Topas. Feste Why it hath bay home windows obvious as barricadoes,21 and the clerestories22 towards the south north are as lustrous23 35 as ebony. And but complainest thou of obstruction? Malvolio it's not that i am mad Sir Topas, I say to you this home is darkish. Feste Madman, thou errest. 24 I say there's no darkness yet lack of expertise, during which thou paintings extra puzzled25 than the Egyptians of their fog. 26 forty Malvolio I say this home is as darkish as lack of understanding, even though lack of expertise have been as darkish as hell, and that i say there has been by no means guy therefore abused. i'm not more mad than you're, make the trial27 of it in any constant28 query. Feste what's the opinion of Pythagoras29 touching on wild forty five chicken? Malvolio That the soul of our grandam30 may perhaps haply inhabit a poultry. Feste What thinkst thou of his opinion? Malvolio i feel nobly of the soul, and no manner approve31 his 50 opinion. Feste Fare thee good. stay thou nonetheless in darkness, thou 21 ramparts, boundaries 22 rows of home windows, excessive on a wall (KLIstereez) 23 sleek, glossy 24 have long past off target, are improper 25 harassed 26 a three-day “thick darkness” instigated at Moses’ request (Exodus 10:21) 27 try out 28 sure, mounted, unchanging 29 sixth c. b. c. e. Greek thinker, believer within the transmigration of souls (piTHAgorus) 30 grandmother 31 determine, sanction 117 act four • scene 2 shalt32 carry the opinion of Pythagoras ere i'm going to let of 33 thy wits. And fear34 to kill a woodcock, lest thou dispossess35 fifty five the soul of thy grandam. Fare thee good. Malvolio Sir Topas, Sir Topas! Sir Toby ( apart) My so much exquisite36 Sir Topas! Feste ( apart) Nay, i'm for all waters. 37 Maria ( apart) Thou mightst have performed this with no thy beard 60 and costume, he sees thee now not. Sir Toby ( apart) To him in thine personal voice, and produce me note how thou findst him. i'd we have been good rid of this knavery.

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