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    I have been given two titles to write an essay for twelfth night

    3) Harold Bloom argued that 'the instability of identity is the essence of Twelfth Night, the lesson that none of its characters are capable of learning, except fo Feste.' How far would you agree with this statement?

    It has been argued that Twelfth Night is a play about extraordinary things that love will cause to do. Does Shakespeare only use this for comedic value?

    Which question is stronger and will allow me to get a better grade? Also, I'm a bit confused as to what the essay should contain I really do not understand Shakespeare :confused::confused:
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