Feste

Feste is a fool in the William Shakespeare`s comedy Twelfth Night. He is attached to the household of the Countess Olivia. He has apparently been there for some time, as he was a `fool that the Lady Olivia`s father took much delight in` (2.4). Although Olivia`s father has died within the last year, it is possible that Feste approaches or has ...
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Feste

• (n.) A feast.
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Feste

(from the article `King Lear`) ...to prove her love and is disinherited. The two older sisters mock Lear and renege on their promise to support him. Cast out, the king slips into ...
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