Geek Before Chic
Fickle Bookworm vs. Cliche Trendsetter
In the play, Twelfth Night, the character Feste is a fool to both Duke Orsino and Lady Olivia. Feste has a way with words and is very good at making puns. He's also got quite the sense of humor. Feste is also very witty and his jokes are laced with truth.
Feste is a male that acts like a fool. He has a lower social class because he is the town Fool. Though he is wise enough to be an oracle, he chooses to have the license to make fun of others. Feste is the secret life of the party. You can tell find out out his character if you pay close attention.
My Favorite Quotes
To You It's Just Another Book, But To Me It's Another Adventure.
I believe that other characters in Twelfth Night see Feste as an idiot and he is only good for entertainment, but Feste is also a good friend. He can help you through a heart break and he will give you his honest opinion.
Similarities and Differences
A difference is that Feste shows himself as a fun loving guy. I present myself as a bum, or a very girly girl, depends what day you see me.