Character Analysis of Viola
Viola's Identity (Twelth Night)
VIola's Gender (Twelth Night)
Viola's Perception (Twelth Night)
VIola's Similarities/Differences (Twelth Night)
Cesario and I are similar because we both are independent. Cesario and I both like doing things on our own. Also, Cesario and I are similar because we both are loyal to close ones. Cesario and I are both loyal because I am always there for my friends and Cesario was there for Duke Orsino when he needed something.
On the other hand, Cesario and I can be different in some ways too. for example, Cesario and I are different because while Cesario is passive, I am not. When Sir Andrew came to Cesario and insulted him and then said he wanted to fight, Cesario wouldn't fight, but if I got mad enough, there probably would of been a fight.
VIola's Identity (She's the Man)
Viola's Gender (She's the Man)
Viola's Perception (She's the Man)
Viola's Similarities/Differences (She's the Man)
Viola and I are very similar. We both like sports and we both are intelligent. We both like sports because Viola is very passionate about soccer, so much so, that she went to the length of dressing up as a man to make a soccer team. I love playing sports. I have been playing sports since I was five years old. We both are intelligent because she was able to keep a big secret by using quick thinking to get out of situations and I am intelligent because I have great grades in school and I'm a quick thinker.
Viola and I can also be very different too. While Viola is outgoing and loud, I am more of a quiet person that keeps things to himself. In the story Viola/Sebastian are outgoing because she always says what is on her mind no matter what it is and I am a person that in a lot of situations, I will never say what is on my mind.