Twelfth Night Act 4 Scene 2

Sir Topas Feste’s disguise, curate/Priest
Feste “I will dissemble myself in’t and I would I were the first that ever dissembled in such a gown.” “Out, hyperbolical fiend! How vexest thou this man! Talk’st thou nothing but of ladies?” “Say’st thou that the house is dark?” “Why it hath bay windows transparent as barricadoes and the clestories toward the south-north are as lustrious as ebony?” “I say there is no darkness, but ignorance. Thou art more puzzled than the Egyptians in their fog.” “I am for all waters.” “Then you are mad indeed, if you be no better in your wits than a fool.” “Like to the old Vice.”
Feste/Sir Topas, means good day in bad latin Who says bonos dies and what does it mean?
Malvolio “They have laid me here in hideous darkness.” “As hell, Sir Topas” “I am not mad, Sir Topas; I say to you this house is dark.” “Good fool as ever thou wilt deserve well at my hand, help me to a candle and pen, ink and paper.” “Fool there was never man so notoriously abused. I am as well in my wits, fool, as thou art.” “By this hand, I am! Good fool, some ink, paper and light.”
physically and ignorantly How is Malvolio darkened (name 2 things)
eloquent/scholary language What kind of language does Feste/Sir Topas use to make fun of priests?
Sir Toby “To him in thine own voice. I would we were well rid of his knavery.” “Come by and by to my chamber.”
because Olivia is mad at Sir Toby because he was trying to fight Olivia’s love Cesario Why does Sir Toby want the trick on Malvolio to end?
Feste and Sir Topas, even though they are the same person have a conversation together to confuse Malvolio What does Feste and Sir Topas do to confuse Malvolio further?
Vice devil’s slave, devil himself
to enrage/torture Malvolio even more What is the main idea of Feste’s song when he is about to go fetch a pen and paper?

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