In this excerpt from act v, scene i, of twelfth night, viola reveals her identity by speaking of her father and her lost brother.

In this excerpt from act v, scene i, of twelfth night, viola reveals her identity by speaking of her father and her lost brother. complete the sentences below with the appropriate words from the drop-down menu. viola: of messaline: was my father; such a sebastian was my brother too: so went he suited to his tomb: if spirits can assume both form and suit, you come to fright us.

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Translated version:

I’m from Messaline. Sebastian was my father’s name, and my brother was named Sebastian too. He was dressed just like you are when he drowned. If ghosts can take on someone’s body and clothes, you must be a spirit who’s come to frighten us.

For plato, the asnwer is,

Of Messaline. Sebastian was my father;

Such a Sebastian was my brother too,

So went he suited to his watery tomb.

If spirits can assume both form and suit

You come to fright us.


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The correct answer is:

VIOLA

Of Messaline. Sebastian was my father;

Such a Sebastian was my brother too,

So went he suited to his watery tomb.

If spirits can assume both form and suit

You come to fright us.

"Twelfth Night" is a play written in 1601 or 1602 by William Shakespeare. Viola is the protagonist of the play. She is a young woman that, when dressed as a man, looks exactly like her brother Sebastian. She does this in order to protect herself after she thought that her brother had drowned in a shipwreck.

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