History YMMV / AsYouLikeIt

25th Aug '16 11:26:59 AM Doug86
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** Orlando courts Rosalind ''while he thinks she's a man''. Even in the productions that don't play this as him falling for "Ganymede,"[[note]]That name, by the by, originally belonged to Zeus' male lover in Myth/GreekMythology and thus was used to denote an object of male homosexual affection in Renaissance England[[/note]] the implications are pretty overt.

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** Orlando courts Rosalind ''while he thinks she's a man''. Even in the productions that don't play this as him falling for "Ganymede,"[[note]]That name, by the by, originally belonged to Zeus' male lover in Myth/GreekMythology Myth/ClassicalMythology and thus was used to denote an object of male homosexual affection in Renaissance England[[/note]] the implications are pretty overt.
2nd Aug '16 11:38:46 PM Kalmbach
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** Also a Les Yay: Rosalind and Celia.

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** Also a Les Yay: Rosalind and Celia. Le Beau even says that their love is "closer than the natural bond of sisters".
10th May '16 12:08:12 PM TheMorlock
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** The line where Oliver describes his brother Orlando as "the stubbornest young fellow of France" would seem to indicate the latter, but considering their French-sounding family name, this could simply be a reference to their own country of origin.

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** The line where Oliver describes his brother Orlando as "the stubbornest young fellow of France" would seem to indicate the latter, but considering their French-sounding family name, this could simply be a reference to their own country of origin.origin and the very French Le Beau is treated like a funny foreigner.
10th May '16 12:05:43 PM TheMorlock
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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: It's not altogether clear whether the Forest of Arden is, or rather, whether it's meant to be the one in Warwickshire close to Shakespeare's birthplace, or the Ardennes in France, where the story ''Rosalynde'' which inspired the play was set. And neither of them have [[MisplacedWildlife lions]].

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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: It's not altogether clear whether the Forest of Arden is, or rather, whether it's meant to be the one in Warwickshire close to Shakespeare's birthplace, or the Ardennes in France, where the story ''Rosalynde'' which inspired the play was set. And neither of them have [[MisplacedWildlife lions]].lions]].
** The line where Oliver describes his brother Orlando as "the stubbornest young fellow of France" would seem to indicate the latter, but considering their French-sounding family name, this could simply be a reference to their own country of origin.
6th Oct '15 7:12:40 PM RF99
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* LessDisturbingInContext: The "seven ages of man" speech is less disturbing when one realizes who is saying it and why.
10th Aug '15 1:29:24 AM LondonKdS
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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: It's not altogether clear whether the Forest of Arden is, or rather, whether it's meant to be the one in Warwickshire close to Shakespeare's birthplace, or the Ardennes in France, where the story ''Rosalynde'' which inspired the play was set.

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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: It's not altogether clear whether the Forest of Arden is, or rather, whether it's meant to be the one in Warwickshire close to Shakespeare's birthplace, or the Ardennes in France, where the story ''Rosalynde'' which inspired the play was set. And neither of them have [[MisplacedWildlife lions]].
21st Apr '15 11:33:42 AM nombretomado
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** Orlando courts Rosalind ''while he thinks she's a man''. Even in the productions that don't play this as him falling for "Ganymede,"[[note]]That name, by the by, originally belonged to Zeus' male lover in GreekMythology and thus was used to denote an object of male homosexual affection in Renaissance England[[/note]] the implications are pretty overt.

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** Orlando courts Rosalind ''while he thinks she's a man''. Even in the productions that don't play this as him falling for "Ganymede,"[[note]]That name, by the by, originally belonged to Zeus' male lover in GreekMythology Myth/GreekMythology and thus was used to denote an object of male homosexual affection in Renaissance England[[/note]] the implications are pretty overt.
24th Aug '14 7:36:20 PM SWFMax
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** And more LesYay with Rosalind and Phoebe. Phoebe falls in LoveAtFirstSight with Rosalind dressed as a man when Silvius is trying to get her to marry him.

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** And more LesYay Les Yay with Rosalind and Phoebe. Phoebe falls in LoveAtFirstSight with Rosalind dressed as a man when Silvius is trying to get her to marry him.
7th Aug '14 1:20:14 PM TheLyniezian
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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: It's not altogether clear whether the Forest of Arden is, or rather, whether it's meant to be the one in Warwickshire close to Shakespeare's birthplace, or the Ardennes in France, where the poem ''Rosalynde'' which inspired the play was set.

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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: It's not altogether clear whether the Forest of Arden is, or rather, whether it's meant to be the one in Warwickshire close to Shakespeare's birthplace, or the Ardennes in France, where the poem story ''Rosalynde'' which inspired the play was set.
7th Aug '14 1:16:45 PM TheLyniezian
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* {{Tsundere}}: Some productions have genderswapped Jaques. The resulting lines come off as intensely Tsundere toward everyone.

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* {{Tsundere}}: Some productions have genderswapped Jaques. The resulting lines come off as intensely Tsundere toward everyone.everyone.
* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: It's not altogether clear whether the Forest of Arden is, or rather, whether it's meant to be the one in Warwickshire close to Shakespeare's birthplace, or the Ardennes in France, where the poem ''Rosalynde'' which inspired the play was set.
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