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Orsino just waits all the time for Lady Olivia. He cant have her because she is moarning for her dead brother. And refusses to accept any marriages
Viola is sent to Olivia with love letters. Viola refuses to bug anyone until she is let in to see Olivia; Olivia tries to get a young boy to send Cesario a ring.
Viola finds herself falling in love with Orsino, Orsino believes she is a man. But when Orsino sends Cesario to deliver Orsino’s love messages to Olivia, Olivia falls for the beautiful young Cesario, believing her to be a man. The love triangle is complete: Viola loves Orsino, Orsino loves Olivia, and Olivia loves Cesario—and everyone is miserable.
She forges a letter, probably from Olivia, addressed to (whose name is signified by the letters M.O.A.I.), telling him that if he wants to earn her favor, he should dress in yellow stockings and crossed garters, act well, smile constantly, and refuse to explain himself to anyone.
Sebastian, who is still alive after all but believes his sister Viola supposed to be dead, arrives in Illyria along with his friend and protector, Antonio. Antonio has cared for Sebastian since the shipwreck and is passionately attached to the young man.
Encountering Sebastian and thinking that he is Cesario, she asks him to marry her. He is confused, since he has never seen her before. He sees, however, that she is wealthy and beautiful, and he is therefore more than willing to go along with her. Meanwhile, Antonio has been arrested by Orsino’s officers and now begs Cesario for help, mistaking him for Sebastian.
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