Sketch the character of Orlando in the play, “As You Like It”.

Answer: Basically, Orlando de Boys is “everything that doth become a man” — that is, he epitomizes the Elizabethan concept of the ideal manly virtues, and he is also the embodiment of his late father’s moral precepts. When the play begins, we hear him speaking about his late father’s final wishes, and we realize the Read More

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