1. What does Maria threaten the Clown with?
2. What kind of attitude does the Clown evidence toward Olivia?
3. What does the Clown try to prove about Olivia?
4. What is the name of Olivia’s steward?
5. What does Olivia put on before speaking with Cesario?
6. Who falls in love with whom in this scene?
7. What do the two love twists we’ve witnessed suggest?
8. Which character serves to emphasize the subjective nature of “love” ?
9. In what manner are the Clown’s insults couched?
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