Bests’ of As You Like It
As you like it is Shakespeare’s one of the best play. It is the love story between Sir Rowland de Boys’ son Orlando and banished duke’s daughter Rosalind but in the play we also come in contact with many other important characters as they are necessary for this play to make it more deep-thinking and romantic. All the characters are very gorgeously bestowed by Shakespeare in this play. Shakespeare utilizes a range of different perceptions and presentations of love in As You like It. Everything from the bawdy love of the lower class characters to the courtly love of the nobles. All the characters in this play are outstanding but among it I like the character of Orlando, Jaques and Rosalind the most. Jaques is a faithful lord who accompanies Duke Senior into exile in the Forest of Arden. Jaques has the most disparate role in the play. He delights in being sad. I think he enjoys being forlorn and mopey because he purposefully seeks out experience that are depressing. He is the most contemplative character in Shakespeare’s play. He thinks, and does nothing. His whole work is to amuse his mind, and he is totally regardless of his body and his fortunes. His role is more over like an observer than actor and he has all the skills to debate upon any point. He likes to look at life and draw from it poetical contemplations at the generally unsatisfactory nature of the world. Shakespeare has characterized him as melancholy and it actually suits him as he always comprehends glooms from the surrounding. He is one of the most talented character. He has used many instances from the history during a scene at different times. I love his character as a philosopher and they are relevant to the society we live. He’s indirect entry in the play in scene 2.1 was fabulous. He’s philosophy regarding a deer was of no match. It’s true that a person in misery is always left out from the society. His philosophizes on seven stages of human life for an, instance,...
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