The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.1443 Thursday 19 August 1999.
From: L. Swilley <
Date: Tuesday, 17 Aug 1999 10:11:33 -0500
Subject: 10.1440 Re: Twelfth Night
Comment: Re: SHK 10.1440 Re: Twelfth Night
Ms. Castaldo wrote,
"After Viola's patience on a monument" speech, he begins to rethink his
beliefs. . . there is a clear shift in his thinking."
This is very likely - but does the text show that shift? If so, where,
exactly? Does Orsino make remarks to that effect? Or must the
director and actor make it so through line interpretation and stage