As You Like It Essay
“Man in his Time plays many parts , his Acts being seven ages.” Here we are given two different worlds, with colourful characters ranging from “the Lover sighing like Furnace with a woeful Ballad” to the “Last scene of all” when Man revert to their “second Childishness and mere oblivion, sans teeth, sans Eyes, sans Taste, sans everything.”
The stage in the Courts and Forest of Arden served not to dish out mere swashbuckling heroes or heroines . In fact, …show more content…
The first glimpse of romantic love was the encounter between Rosalind and Orlando in the courts. There is a element of fantasy in their love at frist sight. Yet it is through this pair of lovers are we being shown true love. There are also other desirable characteristics of human life shown. We see the dignity of the ill-favoured Rosalind as she , with “the little strength that she hath” hoped for Orlando to overcome his opponent. She depicts the decency of humanity even under miserable conditions and even Celia, is gentle and loving as she hoped for her strength would “eke out hers”. Goodness can penetrate even the “envious court”. There is a sort of good triumphing over evil.
“Go in content to Liberty and not to Banishment.” At times, human conditions may be tough but how troubles