They rival each other in their respective knowledge of the events that are taking place at the two settings. Strangely, Viola is the only character who recognizes Feste's true intelligence: “This fellow is wise enough to play the fool, / And to do that craves a kind of wit.” (3.1.59-60). This shows Viola's awareness of Feste and his ability to read people in order to say the right thing at the right time... displayed 300 characters
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This shows Viola's awareness of Feste and his ability to read people in order to say the right thing at the right time. Through this keen observation by Viola, she is perhaps conceding the fact that the clown might even have the ability to see through her own disguise. Although Feste never openly claims to know of Viola's deception, it is indicated that he might be on to her: “Now Jove in his next commodity of hair send thee / a beard... displayed next 300 characters
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