This idea of an individual who walks the line between male and female is represented by Viola in Twelfth Night. He dreams of escaping the rigid class system that makes him a servant, but otherwise he is a paragon of respectability and proper behavior.
Together they bring about the triumph of chaotic spirit, which Sir Toby embodies, and the ruin of the controlling, self-righteous Malvolio. The language in this speech is in blank verse which means that the words do not rhyme there are ten syllables in each line, which is Iambic Pentameter, where the reader stresses on the first syllable then says the next syllable softly and repeats this again and again.
Her poignant plight is the central conflict in the play. Schalkwyk, D. Are things similarly turned upside down in Illyria? So, how does Shakespeare evaluate Petrarchism?
These qualities, in the topsy-turvy world of the play, cause his downfall, because they earn him the enmity of Sir Toby and Maria.