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Twelfth Night

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishTwelfth NightˌTwelfth ˈNight  1 the evening before the epiphany (6 January), which represents the end of the christmas period. Christmas cards and decorations are usually taken down on Twelfth Night2 a humorous play by William shakespeare, which tells a complicated story about a young woman called Viola, who dresses as a boy to work as a servant of the Duke Orsino. Eventually she marries the Duke and finds her brother, Sebastian, whom she believed to be dead. see also Malvolio
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