Shakespeare is renowned for the language he used and often invented new words, many of which we still use today. Explore the way he uses rhythm and rhyme and imagery and metaphor in Twelfth Night.
What sort of language adds to the comedy in Twelfth Night?
How is language used to show that Sir Toby and Sir Andrew are drunkards?
They speak in prose
They speak in verse
They don't speak at all
Apart from words, what adds to the mood and atmosphere of this play?
How are Feste and Sir Toby shown to be united against Malvolio?
They wear the same shirts
They hold hands
They share rhyme
What is the pursuit of love compared to throughout the play?
What does Orsino compare the beauty of women to?
How many syllables are in a line of blank verse?
Who is responsible for much of the music in the play?
Which word is repeated throughout the play, showing its importance as a theme?
What sort of language does Feste often use to create comedy?