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love “my desires, like fell and cruel hounds, E/re since pursue me” (I.1.22-3) reflect a more self obsessed character who focuses more on himself as the lover rather than the woman he claims to love – Olivia. The falseness of Orsino\’s love is compounded by the real emotion that Viola feels for her brother, Sebastian. It is also enhanced by his sudden declaration of love and request of marriage to Viola by Act V. However by the end of the play it is questionable whether Orsino is in love with Viola or more infatuated with the male persona she disguised herself with, this could be suggested due to him still referring to her as male “boy thou has said to me a thousand times” and using her disguised name “Cesario come, for so you shall be while you are a man”, “masculine usurped attire”. In a way this ends the play with Viola still not being reinstated as the female she is, ending on a challenging speculation of her binary gender identity as she is still dressed as a page. However I think this is more of a dramaturgical device as this shows her commitment to being Orsino’s page and also in terms of timing Viola has no time to change due to the pace at which Antonio has a moment of recognition with Sebastian. Shakespeare uses interior disclosure from the plays male characters to present Olivia as “spirit of love”. Through this initial description we get from Orsino’s exclamation of his love for Olivia we could discern that Shakespeare is presenting Olivia as the stereotypical object of affection, a beautiful young woman whom men pine after. However it could be argued that Orsino has dual intentions, as to marry at this time would result in a dowry since marriage was often seen as a financial arrangement with the higher classes of Elizabethan Society, and Olivia would be seen as a suitable partner due to her status as “countess”. This is reinforced when Orsino imagines himself “king” (I.1.39) of Olivia’s affections. This would therefore suggest a marital hierarchy rather than mutuality. Orsino and Olivia also present themselves as being very accepting as in the conclusion of the play there seems to be a happy ending as the lovers are paired off into new pairs – Olivia and Sebastian and Orsino and Viola. Only moments before Olivia and Orsino thought Viola a man. Olivia>GET ANSWER