Twelfth Night, is
a romantic comedy written by William Shakespeare around the early 1600’s, as an
entertainment for the holiday of the Twelfth Night. It is a play that discusses
issues that are incredibly sensitive, even by today’s standards. Homosexuality
is the basis of a significant amount of deliberation in this day and age,
however, Shakespeare wrote this work in the early seventeen century, considering
the topic of homosexual yearnings through comedy and wittiness.