➩ As You Like It Ebook ➯ Author William Shakespeare – Anguillais.us

As You Like It As You Like It Is A Pastoral Comedy By William Shakespeare Believed To Have Been Written In 1599 Or Early 1600 And First Published In The First Folio, 1623 The Play S First Performance Is Uncertain, Though A Performance At Wilton House In 1603 Has Been Suggested As A Possibility As You Like It Follows Its Heroine Rosalind As She Flees Persecution In Her Uncle S Court, Accompanied By Her Cousin Celia And Touchstone The Court Jester, To Find Safety And, Eventually, Love, In The Forest Of Arden Historically, Critical Response Has Varied, With Some Critics Finding The Work Of Lesser Quality Than Other Shakespearean Works And Some Finding The Play A Work Of Great Merit The Play Features One Of Shakespeare S Most Famous And Oft Quoted Speeches, All The World S A Stage , And Is The Origin Of The Phrase Too Much Of A Good Thing The Play Remains A Favourite Among Audiences And Has Been Adapted For Radio, Film, And Musical Theatre.

➩ As You Like It  Ebook ➯ Author William Shakespeare – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 263 pages
  • As You Like It
  • William Shakespeare
  • English
  • 14 May 2019
  • 074348486X

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  1. says:

    Just saw this last night at the Shakespeare Tavern in Atlanta So, naturally, here sAs You Like It, abridged OLIVER Hi everyone, I m Oliver and I ll be your designated jackass for the evening ORLANDO Hey bro So, remember how you got me to wrestle that unbeatable guy and were all like, he s so gonna kill you, mwahaha Well, I totally kicked his ass AND met this hot chick Rosalind Man, it s great to be me OLIVER OMG IMMA KEEL YOU ORLANDO runs ROSALIND Hey Celia, your uncle just bani Just saw this last night at the Shakespeare Tavern in Atlanta So, naturally, here sAs You Like It, abridged OLIVER Hi everyone, I m Oliver and I ll be your designated jackass for the evening ORLANDO Hey bro So, remember how you got me to wrestle that unbeatable guy and were all like, he s so gonna kill you, mwahaha Well, I totally kicked his ass AND met this hot chick Rosalind Man, it s great to be me OLIVER OMG IMMA KEEL YOU ORLANDO runs ROSALIND Hey Celia, your uncle just banished me for literally no reason Wanna run away to the forest with me CELIA Sure, why not ROSALIND turns to audience HEY, DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT TIME IT IS AUDIENCE WOMEN IN DRAG TIME ROSALIND THAT S RIGHT SHAKESPEARE Man, that shit NEVER gets old ORLANDO OMG I LOVE ROSALIND SO MUCH I will procede to show it in the dorkiest, most illogical way possible by nailing poems on trees ROSALIND GANYMEDE Hey there, stranger who I have never seen before I just so happen to be an awesome love coach I can help you ...


  2. says:

    Orlando, the youngest, and most loved son of the late Sir Rowland de Boys, set in France in the 16th Century is being mistreated by his older brother Oliver, the middle son Jaques, is away at school, since Oliver inherited most of the rich estate, and money, he has the power of the purse to do anything He, Oliver is jealous of his sibling s superior attributes, Orlando lacks education, possessions, totally dependent on his brother, but the very simpatico boy s qualities, nevertheless shines Orlando, the youngest, and most loved son of the late Sir Rowland de Boys, set in France in the 16th Century is being mistreated by his older brother Oliver, the middle son Jaques, is away at school, since Oliver inherited most of the rich estate, and money, he has the power of the purse to do anything He, Oliver is jealous of his sibling s superior attributes, Orlando lacks education, possessions, totally dependent on his brother, but the very simpatico boy s qualities, nevertheless shines brightly through, causing Oliver who hates him, to hate him evenHe arranges a wrestling match between Orlando and the vicious wrestler Charles, who has crippled three previous opponents and gives special orders to kill his brother Things don t go as ...


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    As in A Midsummer Night s Dream, Hamlet and Antony and Cleopatra, Shakespeare in As You Like It is able to join disparate elements in unusual proportion into a unified whole of tone and mood which may be rationalized but never completely explained What I love about this play is the way in which it develops a conventionally suspenseful plot complete with goodies and baddies, action packed scuffles and wrestling matches, lovers meeting cute, etc at breakneck speed for all of the firs As in A Midsummer Night s Dream, Hamlet and Antony and Cleopatra, Shakespeare in As You Like It is able to join disparate elements in unusual proportion into a unified whole of tone and mood which may be rationalized but never completely explained What I love about this play is the way in which it develops a conventionally suspenseful plot complete with goodies and baddies, action packed scuffles and wrestling matches, lovers meeting cute, etc at breakneck speed for all of the first act, and then slows to something close to a halt once it reaches the Forest of Arden Th...


  4. says:

    Book Review3 of 5 stars to As You Like It, a pastoral comedy and play written by William Shakespeare around 1599.Rosalind falls for Orlando for many reasons in Shakespeare s play As You Like It Since Orlando is such a small man compared to Charles the wrestler, when Orlando beats Charles, Rosalind thinks that the young man is capable of great strength and survival despite his small frame He has some hidden strength and power that he is able to fight up and beat his large opponent He isBook Review3 of 5 stars to As You Like It, a pastoral comedy and play written by William Shakespeare around 1599.Rosalind falls for Orlando for many reasons in Shakespeare s play As You Like It Since Orlando is such a small man compared to Charles the wrestler, when Orlando beats Charles, Rosalind thinks that the young man is capable of great strength and survival despite his small frame He has some hidden strength and power that he is able to fight up and beat his large opponent He is such a free spirited man and seems so approachable He is the good guy or the boy next door type He has determination and skill Orlando is powerful in his words too His speech is eloquent and very convincing He just seems like such a perfect man that any woman, particularly Rosalind, could fall for him.Orlando comes across as a charmer and a seducer He is q...


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    3 1 2 Hm Tried to resubmit this review earlier and all that happened was that it was posted that I d just finished reading the play Two years ago What gives This is the second review of a Shakespeare play I ve done Happily, that means that I ve read the second of my planned reads of all his plays, over the next ten years So I m on schedule 8 But it s easy to be on schedule when you ve barely started 8 Naturally, this review is structured a bit different from the first one I did https 3 1 2 Hm Tried to resubmit this review earlier and all that happened was that it was posted that I d just finished reading the play Two years ago What gives This is the second review of a Shakespeare play I ve done Happily, that means that I ve read the second of my planned reads of all his plays, over the next ten years So I m on schedule 8 But it s easy to be on schedule when you ve barely started 8 Naturally, this review is structured a bit different from the first one I did in which I posed questions about how I should go about this project, and played around with a sort of outline In this one the outline has changed We ll see if it can becomepermanent as it goes.The PlayLike the first play I read, this is one of Shakespeare s comedies Evidence suggests that the play was written between June 1599 and August of th...


  6. says:

    Definitely one of favourites Loved it.


  7. says:

    Celebrity Death Match Special As You Like It versus Generic ThrillerAll the world s a thriller,And all the men and women cardboard characters They have their exits and their entrances,And when you think they ve gone, pop up again.Sometimes they ve got a twin, and sometimes Their death, ofttimes, is faked or not for realTwo different babes may turn out to be oneOr else one babe, mayhap, can yet be twoAnd so the plot creaks on, and stiffs pile upUntil the hero finds the Big Reveal And all is Celebrity Death Match Special As You Like It versus Generic ThrillerAll the world s a thriller,And...


  8. says:

    All the world s a stage,And all the men and women merely playersWilliam Shakespeare, As You Like It, Act 2, Scene 7 As You Like It has many things to commend it as a play It is entertaining and filled with fantastic lines It contains many of Shakespeare s favorite tropes gender bending, mistaken hidden identities, family squabbles usurpation, love lust, revenge, etc It starts off well too but in the end, for me, it just sort of fizzles and farts out a bit Limps out, perhaps, is aAll the world s a stage,And all the men and women merely playersWilliam Shakespeare, As You Like It, Act 2, Scene 7 As You Like It has many things to commend it as a play It is entertaining and filled with fantastic lines It contains many of Shakespeare s favorite tropes gender bending, mistaken hidden identities, family squabbles usurpation, love lust, revenge, etc It starts off well too but in the end, for me, it just sort of fizzles and farts out a bit Limps out, perhaps, is a better way of stating it Surr...


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    The fun of Shakespeare s comedies isn t in the plots but in the pure genius of his language Many of his best lines have become such staples of common usage that most people aren t even aware they re quoting Shakespeare If they DO know, you can forget about asking them which plays the lines come from I find an intensely perverse pleasure in Shakespeare s inventive insults I can only DREAM of thinking up such clever quips and comebacks in the heat of an argument And if I could think them up, The fun of Shakespeare s comedies isn t in the plots but in the pure genius of his language Many of his best lines have become such staples of common usage that most people aren t even aware they re quoting Shakespeare If they DO know, you can forget about asking them which plays the lines come from I find an intensely perverse pleasure in Shakespeare s inventive insults I can only DREAM of thinking up such clever quips and comebacks in the heat of an argument And if I could think them up, I wouldn t have the nerve to use them As You Like It has some of the best insults of all the Shakespeare I ve read so far Touchstone the Fool gets some of the funniest lines I d love to play that part I know, it s a man s part, but I d be willing to disguise myself for the pleasure of delivering those lines I m six feet tall, so I could probably pull it off with the right costume to hide my womanly curves Maybe I should start tak...


  10. says:

    I just saw this play for the first time since college, at the Shakespeare Theater here in DC I ve never really known what to say about it, to be honest I know all the hype surrounding Rosalind, and I agree with it It s a really excellent part for any actress, and I love that the play is structured entirely around her The play even offers the rare pretty great supporting part for a woman in Celia There s Jacques, the odd and amusing duck who doesn t ever quite fit, and a surprisingly large a I just saw this play for the first time since college, at the Shakespeare Theater here in DC I ve never really known what to say about it, to be honest I know all the hype surrounding Rosalind, and I agree with it It s a really excellent part for any actress, and I love that the play is structured entirely around her The play even offers the rare pretty great supporting part for a woman in Celia There s Jacques, the odd and amusing duck who doesn t ever quite fit, and a surprisingly large and non commentary filled part for the clown But it s always sat kind of oddly with me The first act and the second act seem to have very little to do with one another in tone or appr...

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