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In Britain, from the nineteenth century onwards, the default 'setting' for Shakespeare's plays (by which I mean costume, mise-en-scène, and assumed historical and cultural context) has been medieval and early modern: the time of the plays' composition (late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries) or the time of their historical location (medieval Britain or Europe, ancient Greece or Rome, etc.). In this visual and physical context, Twelfth Night would normally be performed or imagined indoi:10.3167/cs.2021.330101 fatcat:hvmzlanivfdrje2bbtm26emlp4