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'As You Like It' / Character Analysis of Rosalind
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This 5 page paper discusses the characterization of Rosalind in Shakespeare's comedy. The writer argues that Rosalind is essentially "the star" of the play. She is, in many ways, centuries ahead of her time; she's bright, innovative, mischievous, and possesses great inner strength, etc; No additional sources used.
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'As You Like It' / More Than A Pastoral
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A 6 page paper discussing Shakespeare's play in the context of the Elizabethan pastoral tradition. The writer concludes that 'As You Like It' is very much a pastoral play, yet it adds a significant amount of psychological depth not present in most pastorals. Bibliography lists 8 sources; in addition, the paper includes a FREE 1 page sentence outline, and an annotated bibliography listing 9 cited sources.
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Adam And Corin In Shakespeare's As You Like It
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The play, As You Like It, by William Shakespeare is written as a comedy. What doesn't appear in the advertisement is the fact that it is also a social commentary on the feudal system of land ownership and poverty. This 5 page paper argues that, As a social critic, Shakespeare used satire in his depiction of the lower classes (Adam and Corin) as a way to deal with the common man and poke fun at the pretentiousness of the elite. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Analysis of Shakespeare’s Comic Heroines Rosalind in “As You Like It,” Beatrice in “Much Ado About Nothing,” Katherina in “The Taming of the Shrew” and Maria in “Twelfth Night”
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A 5 page paper which examines how Shakespeare’s witty women contrast with the social realities of the Elizabethan age. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TGwitwom.rtf

Behn's Rover & As You Like It
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A 3 page essay that argues that Shakespeare's As You Like It (c. 1599) and Alpha Behn's play The Rover or, the Banish'd Cavaliers (1677) are two instances where playwrights use comedies as vehicles for social criticism. Both plays portray strong, intelligent women who defy the social and sexual conventions of their time. In so doing, these characters are both contrary to the way that women were generally perceived within the patriarchal society of their centuries.
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Character Analysis of William Shakespeare's "As You Like It" and "Hamlet"
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A 5 page paper which examines how William Shakespeare's comic and tragic characterizations relate to our modern world. No additional sources are used.
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Comparative Analysis of William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” and “King Lear”
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A 5 page paper which examines love and power within the family relationships of both plays, how each is specifically affected and determine the complexities within the relationships. No additional sources are used.
Filename: TGaslear.rtf

Happiness in Shakespeare’s Families
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A 5 page paper discussing “As You Like It,” “Henry IV,” “All’s Well that Ends Well,” “King Lear” or “The Writer’s Tale” for the presence of a happy family. The short answer is that there are pockets of happiness in these and other of Shakespeare’s plays, but there are no families that can be said to be deliriously happy. Reasons for characters’ lack of happiness include unreasonable expectations, poor communication and unwise quest for power. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSshakesHapFam.rtf

Love Relationships in "As You Like It"
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A 5 page paper discussing not only the relationship of Orlando and Rosalind, but including Silvius and Phebe; Oliver and Celia; and Touchstone and Audrey. The relationships of the four couples are very different of course, but they have in common the fact that they likely would not have been possible without Orlando and Rosalind leading the way. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Loyalty in Shakespeare’s “As You Like It”
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A five page paper looking at this well-known play by William Shakespeare from the standpoint of its emphasis on the issue of loyalty. Looking at this issue both in terms of interpersonal relationships (such as the love of Rosalind and Orlando and the friendship of Rosalind and Celia) as well as loyalty to one’s superiors and the state, the paper concludes that both themes reflect Shakespeare’s passion for a well-ordered universe. Bibliography lists four sources.
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Mythology in Shakespeare
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This 5 page paper considers how mythology was used by Shakespeare in three of his plays in order to create atmosphere. The plays considered are A Midsummer Night's Dream, Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEmythol.wps

Orlando and Rosalind in As You Like It
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A 6-page paper comparing and contrasting the characters of Orlando and Rosalind in Shakespeare's As You Like It and their relationship to the other characters of the play. Lists 1 source.
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Shakespeare's 'As You Like It' / Marriage of Celia & Oliver
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This 5 page paper considers the marriage of Celia to Oliver as a symbol of redemption and reunification and initiates the return of the family of Sir Rowland de Boys to favor in the Court of the Duke as the theme of marriage serves to reunify Duke Frederick and Duke Senior. This paper also considers the representation of marriage in general in the genre of Shakespeare's romantic comedy and the impact for the outcome of the play. No additional sources cited. Celol.pws
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Shakespeare’s View of Father/Daughter Relationships
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A 6 page essay that discusses the way in which Shakespeare portrays father/daughter relationships. Generally speaking, these relationships can be characterized as loving, with the father taking an appropriate attitude toward his daughter. However, in understanding this relationship within the cultural context of Shakespeare’s era, the Elizabethan perspective on gender roles and the manner in which patriarchy was regarded needs to be considered as this was a integral factor in the way the father/daughter relationship was understood at this point in history. Examination of “King Lear” and “As You Like It” indicates how a father/daughter relationship is a crucial component of each play. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khdaddau.rtf

Shakespeare, Women & Gender Expectations
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A 6 page essay that discusses women and gender within two of plays, As You Like It and Twelfth Night, focusing on the roles of Rosalind and Viola. The writer explores what these roles tell modern audiences about Elizabethan gender expectations and the writer argues that Shakespeare sidestepped such societal conventions through the device of cross-dressing. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khshwoge.rtf


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