In Twelfth Night, Shakespeare presents the obvious deception of the play that is Viola.
William Shakespeare shows us these two different types of deception in Twelfth Night.
In the play not only does deception act as a quality shown in the play.
Other examples include the conversation between Sebastian and Feste, when the latter thought Sebastian was ‘Cesario’.
From the quote, “…ungrid thy strangeness” we can see that Feste adopts what he regards as ‘Caesario’s artificial speech. Everyone has tried to deceive someone in their lifetime whether it be through a Halloween costume or to make yourself appear better.