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One of the most important parts of the book As You Like It is Act 5 Scene 2 It is one which sets up the happy ending to this play where Rosalind and her father are reunited Orlando and Rosalind are brought together and Aliena and Ganymede are revealed as Celia and Rosalind If you dont understand what this is all about you will during the next few paragraphs The play As You Like It is based on life and loves ups and downs about what love can do to you about what you would do for love In the play the main characters are Rosalind Celia Orlando and Oliver there are many side characters Its starts with the reader finding out the troubles between Orlando and Oliver - how they do not get along You also find out that Rosalinds Uncle banished her father from court leaving Rosalind as company to Celia-his daughter and now is banishing Rosalind Before Rosalind is banished she meets Orlando - and they fall in love Rosalind and Celia escape from Celias father - and so does Orlando Since it is not safe for two ladies to travel alone Rosalind dresses up as a boy Ganymede and Celia as a poor girl Aliena Orlando escapes from his brother - Oliver and his plans to murder him Ganymede and Aliena find Orlandos poems of love to Rosalind and Ganymede really Rosalind is thrilled but unsure whether his love is true and forever Ganymede says he can cure Orlandos love for Rosalind-if he just woes him and calls him Rosalind But Ganymede is only doing this to find out whether Orlandos love for her is true During the time Rosalind is Ganymede a shepherdess Phoebe falls in love with him but she has an admirer herself- Silvius This is all very confusing and pell-mell but this adds to the humour and entertainment of this brilliant play Duke
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