Will you make me believe that I am not sent for you-nor your name is not Master Cesario-nothing that is so is so-ungird thy strangeness-this will I tell my lady straight.
Act 4 Scene 1: Near Olivia's Place
Thou know'st not me-depart from me-are all the people mad-draw thy sword-I am mad, or else this is a dream-if it be...still let me sleep-madam, I will.
Hold, Toby-ungracious wretch-out of my sight-be not offended, dear Cesario-go with me to my house-do not deny-would thou'dst be ruled by me-say, and so be!
Act 4 Scene 2: Near the Dark Room in Olivia's Place
-put on this gown and this beard-make him believe thou art Sir Topas the curate-he sees thou not-
To him, Sir Topas-the knave counterfeits well-my most exquisite Sir Topas-I am now so far in offense with my niece, that I cannot pursue ...this sport to the upshot.
Act 4 Scene 2: In a Dark Room in Olivia's Place
-I'll put it on, and I will dissemble myself in't-so I, being Master Parson-who comes to visit Malvolio the lunatic-out, hyperbolical fiend-there is no darkness but ignorance-I am for all waters-then you are mad indeed-be patient-I will help you to't.
-good Sir Topas, go to my lady-never was a man thus wronged-I am not mad-this house is as dark as ignorance-as ever thou wilt deserve well at my hand, help me-it shall advantage thee more than ever bearing of the letter-I prithee, be gone.
Act 4 Scene 3: Near a Chapel
Blame not this haste of mine-go with me and with this holy man into the chantry by-plight me the full assurance of your faith-conceal it whiles you are willing it shall come to note-then lead the way-that they may fairly note this act of mine.
Yet 'tis not madness-he did range the town to seek me out-this may be some error-this accident an flood of fortune so far exceed all instance-and go with you-having sworn truth, ever will be true.