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Lizarraga 1Victoria LizarragaProfessor StewartENC 110211/18/2019Twelfth Night: Act 2 Scene 2 AnalysisIn act two scene two ofTwelfth Night, Malvolio, who is Olivia’s servant is sent by her tocatch up to Cesario who has just left her house he was told to return a ring to him that he leftwith her. Malvolio explains to Cesario that Olivia wants nothing to do with Duke Orsino and heshould take his ring back and not send any more visitors unless it is Cesario. During thisexchange Viola is confused because she never gave Olivia a ring on behalf of Orsino and refusesto take it back. Malvolio then throws the ring to the ground and exits. Viola picks it up confusedat first but then says, “Fortune forbid my outside have not charm’d her!” quickly realizing Oliviais in fact secretly sending the ring to Cesario as a gift.Rings were a common symbol of sex and marriage so when Viola realized Olivia’s ploy

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