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  1. Review and history of Shakespeare's play 'As You Like It'.

    It can be said that the character of the treacherous and deceitful Oliver represents the court and that the attributes of the benevolent Orlando represent the forest. As early as line four, it can be seen that Orlando represents the forest as he experiences natural emotions- "There begins my sadness"-reflecting the natural state of the forest in which people are able to express their emotions freely and without limitations. Also, Orlando is rebellious ("mutiny against this servitude"), as are the rebels from the court who reside in the forest.

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