Competing against such illustrious company as Christopher Marlowe and Ben Johnson, Shakespeare quickly became one of the most popular playwrights in the city of London, and a favourite of the monarch, the powerful Queen Elizabeth I One is someone who acts like a puritan and scolds others when they do not act in the same way, whereas the other is someone who gets scolded for being clever with his words and for enjoying singing.
Malvolio often takes it upon himself to try to discipline others when Olivia is not around. He decisively intrigues and manages to entertain the Lady.
The revenge served to him is extremist and is not an equal reaction to his behavior. In William Shakespeare's comedy, Twelfth Night, Feste the clown is not the only fool who is subject to foolery.
In the scene from "Much Ado", deception is used to create a romance which turns out to be more than is intended by the characters doing the deceiving Revenge comes in the form of Maria.