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LINGUISTIC MASKING IN WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S “TWELFTH NIGHT”: VIOLA’S DISGUISE AS A REINCARNATION STRATEGY

Azamat Rakhimov

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William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”. In this play the main character, Viola, employs language to secure the presence of her supposedly drowned twin brother Sebastian. Instead of accepting this loss, Viola devises a disguise plan: she decides to reincarnate Sebastian by becoming his copy. Masking also implies presenting a new image of identity, necessary to achieve specific goals in the course of the play. To construct an identity convincing enough to interact with the others, Viola recreates an image of the language associated with a certain social role. The pursuit of Sebastian’s image leads to the emergence of a diglossic character.

Key words: Shakespeare, “Twelfth Night”, Early Modern Studies, linguistic masking, diglossia, Mikhail Bakhtin, Judith Butler, gender, Doppelgänger, cross-dressing, Viola and Cesario.

DOI 10.23683/2415-8852-2017-1-42-53

 

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Rakhimov А. Linguistic masking in William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”: Viola’s disguise as a reincarnation strategy // Практики и интерпретации: журнал филологических, образовательных и культурных исследований. 2017. Т. 2, № 1. С. 42-52.

 


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