|What are the two conflicts introduced in the beginning of the play?
|Oliver vs. Orlando Duke Frederick banishing Duke Senior
|What are the two types of love in the play?
|Family love (Celia and Rosalind) and Romantic love (Rosalind and Orlando)
|What happens when Oliver goes to find Orlando in the forest?
|A snake and a lioness attack him but Orlando is there to fight off the animals. When Rosalind hears about this she faints.
|Who gives the 7 ages of man speech?
|Jacques the Melancholy
|Duke Senior’s younger brother and his usurper, also Celia’s father. Banishes Duke Senior and Rosalind to the Forest of Arden.
|Duke Seniors daughter. Hero of the Play. Dresses as a man and is called Ganymede. Best friends with her cousin Celia. Marries Orlando. Brings up gender identity.
|Duke Frederick’s daughter and Rosalind’s cousin. Known as Aliena in the forest. Marries Oliver. Best friends with her cousin Rosalind.
|A court fool. Marries Audrey. Jacques and Corin are fascinated with him.
|Who calls Touchstone “Master Touchstone”?
|A courtier. Tells Rosalind and Celia about the wrestling match between Charles and Orlando. Tells Oliver about Charles and Orlando fighting.
|A wrestler. Undefeated until Orlando beats him.
|Duke Frederick’s older brother and Rosalind’s father. Banished but doesn’t mind at all. Welcomed Orlando and Adam to eat with them in the forest.
|A discontented, melancholy lord. Rude. Joins the monastery with Duke at the end.
|An attending lord and musician. Sings to Jacques.
|A shepherdess. Silvius loves her. Falls in love with Ganymede.
|A shepherd. Loves Phoebe. Does whatever Phoebe says.
|A country girl. Marries Touchstone.
|An elderly shepherd. First person that Rosalind, Celia, and Touchstone meet in the forest.
|A country man
|Sir Oliver Martext
|A curate. Supposed to marry Touchstone and Audrey.
|Oliver de Bois
|The eldest son and heir. Attacked by Lioness and Snake. Marries Celia.
|Jacques de Bois
|Comes in in the last scene
|Orlando de Bois
|Youngest son. Marries Rosalind. Writes the poems in the trees. Seeks food from Duke Senior in the forest for him and Adam.
|A faithful old servant who follows Orlando into the forest.
|What do Adam and Orlando portray?
|The 7 ages of men speech
|Why did Shakespeare write the play?
|As a crowd pleaser
|What 2 things does the epilogue say?
|It asks the audience for approval and brings up gender identity.
|Fair vs. Foul Theme Example
|Orlando vs. OliverRosalind vs. Duke Frederick
|Natural vs. Artificial Theme Example
|Phoebe vs. Ganymede/Rosalind
|Organization vs. Chaos
|Duke Frederick vs. Duke Senior
|Traditional Rules vs. Modern Changes
|Rosalind pursuing OrlandoAudrey and Touchstones Wedding vs. Jacques views of a proper wedding
|Written in the year…
|First performed in…
|First theater Shakespeare’s plays were performed in….
|The Globe Theater
|Withstands time and location
|Main motif in the story
Shakespeare’s As You Like It Test (03/23)
July 28, 2019