Twelfth night act 2 scene 3 annotations

My masters, are you mad ALLITERATION – putting the emphersis on masters it is showing Malvolio is angry
Coziers’ catches Clicking C makes it sound bad – ALITERATION – renforceing Malvolio’s anger toward there actions – reminding you he’s religious
Is there no respect of place, person, nor time in you? RETORICAL QUESTION – Malvolio Putting Sir Toby, Sir Andrew, Feste and Maria on the spot showing he is arogent and angry
My lady Malvolio Putting words into Olivia’s mouth, reminding us he will do anything for her
If you can separate yourself and your misdemeanours, Malvolio being pompous
This is much credit to you. Malvolio being Sarcastic
Because thou art virtuous there shall be no more cakes and ale? Sir Toby is mocking Malvolio’s upright religious nature
Go,sir, rub your chain with crumbs. Sir Toby mocking Malvolio’s pomposity
She shall know of it,by this hand Malvolio saying he is going to tell Olivia about what Sir Toby, Sir Andrew, Feste and Maria are up to
If I do not gull himDo not think I have wit enough to lie straight in my bed Maria saying trust me I can trick him its easier to trick Malvolio than lie in a bed
Sir, sometimes he is a kind of Puritan Maria Mocking Malvolio’s religion
I’d beat him like a dog! Sir Andrew saying he’d beat Malvolio up – but he wouldn’t really do it he is just saying it
So crammed (as he thinks) with excellencies, that it is his ground of faith that all look on him love him Maria is saying how Malvolio thinks everyone loves him
Malvolio is hubris Arogence will lead to his downful