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Title: Shakespeare's Rosalind

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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Anonymous
Date: July 1, 2009
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Furthermore, she cleverly uses her disguise to get to know Orlando and educate him about love. The meeting of Orlando and Rosalind is the most important event in Act 1 of the play; it is love at first sight. Celia and her cousin talk about falling in love just before the wrestling match. From henceforth I will, coz, and devise sports...

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She infers that her father would approve of Orlando because her father approved of his father Sir Rowland. Their meeting reveals a vulnerable side of the Rosalind as she gives him a chain, says, "Gentleman, wear this for me" and waits for him to continue the conversation. In Act Shakespeare draws parallels between Rosalind's relationship with Celia and Orlando's relationship with Adam...

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