He and many other characters combine their silly acts and wits to invade other characters that either escape reality or live a dream. He criticizes, manipulates and entertains the other characters while causing them to reflect on their life situations, which is similar to the way a playwright such as Shakespeare interacts with his audience.
Many of the characters in the play have these two bad qualities and suffer a great deal because of them. Discuss Orsino as an inexperienced lover who must be educated by a woman.
Imagine you are the director of a Twelfth Night production. She becomes a page to Duke Orsino who is a nobleman lovesick for the Lady Olivia. In addition, the mother in the tale Borders advertized considerable deeds of audacity when thrown into a situation overclouded by bigotry and hostile behavior, by remaining devoted to her morals and persevering.
There are, in addition, other means of indicating foolishness such as Maria's "Now, sir, thought is free" 1. In this play we meet the upper class, as well as the lower class.