Viola - a young woman of aristocratic birth, and the play’s protagonist washed up on the shore of illyria when her ship is wrecked in a storm, viola decides to make her own way in the world washed up on the shore of illyria when her ship is wrecked in a storm, viola decides to make her own way in the world. Malvolio reaches cesario (viola) and gives him/her the ring cesario tells malvolio that he had brought the ring for olivia and she must keep it malvolio leaves the ring and leaves in this monologue viola wonders why olivia has given this ring to her she realizes it probably means that olivia has fallen in love with cesario.
Often lauded as one of the most structurally perfect comedies ever written and beloved by audiences for generations, twelfth night or, what you will is a masterpiece shipwrecked on the shores of the strange land, illyria, viola believes herself alone in the world and her twin brother drowned.
Though olivia believed viola to be a male, she still became attracted to someone who was actually a female (ake) the way shakespeare played with traditional gender roles in his plays may indicate his feelings regarding gender roles and gender relations in society. - viola and orsino in twelfth night by william shakespeare in william shakespeare's twelfth night there are several relationships that develop throughout the play among the many characters whose interaction and misunderstanding become the core of the plot, viola and orsino have the most significant relationship. Twelfth night by william shakespeare the complex plot - full of mistaken identities, misdirected passions, high comedy, low tricks, and unexpected poignancy - begins as a ship, carrying the identical twins viola and sebastian is wrecked off the coast of a fictional country, illyria.
In the meantime, viola has fallen in love with the duke orsino, creating a love triangle among duke orsino, olivia and viola: viola loves duke orsino, duke orsino loves olivia, and olivia loves viola disguised as cesario.