tHE CHANGING ROLE IN VIOLA CESARIO IN The Twelfth Night

realized that he was talking about my family and every other family in America. There are many different people and different circumstances this results in a variety of different ways of thinking, values and beliefs. Queer theory emerges from post-structural interest in fragmented, de-centered knowledge building. Viola brilliantly enacts the role of Cesario and thus demonstrates that gender is never a natural construct but is a conscious and a superficial us Viola's performative role playing as Cesario demonstrates the fluid, uncategorical temper of gender which Queer theorists like Judith Butler stress. In essence, the main premise of human existence is satisfying yourself; at every level down to the Teachings of Scientology your basic foundation. He is also prepared to give the young man his purse and ready to intercede on his behalf in the midst of a duel. Her sudden change in affection towards Sebastian and her decision to marry him right away just because he physically resembles Viola seems highly improbable. In Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night it is clearly evident that the fluctuation in attitude to the dual role and situation and tribulations imposed upon the character of Viola/Cesario ends up in a better understanding of both sexes, and thus, allows Viola to have a better understanding. And so adieu, good madam.

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Here I was reading an essay on the modern American family written by an esteemed expert on the subject and he happened to forget to include the meaning of love in who Has Had The Greatest Impact On Your Life? a family. Even after he finds that Cesario is a woman (Viola he says to her, " Boy thou hast said to me a thousand times / Thou never should'st love woman like to me" (5.1.260-261). The cross-dressed Viola, with her ambiguous gender identity becomes an object of desire to both Orsino and Olivia. From the experiences that I have had with my family I believe that life is much more fulfilling at home by living the philosophy, Give a little, take a little. It is within the family unit that a person learns their moral values. She further argues that the categories of sex and gender are established through a process which she calls "performativity the means by which the norms of sex and gender are naturalized and substantiated simply by their continual pronunciation as foundational and ideal - by the. Evidently her gender becomes less important now because Orsino is actually bisexual. When we are born, we virtually know nothing of gender.