急!!我需要”As you like it”的大綱
有沒有人能幫我把莎士比亞的\"As you like it\"
- aviaromeLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
"As You Like It" is Shakespeare's comedy and love is a central theme of the play. Theere are four various situations of love -- true love at first sight, unrequited love, even a hint of homosexuality in Orlando's attraction to Ganymede and Phebe's falling for Ganymede, who is really a woman.
Orlando is forced to work like a servant for his brother Oliver, so he goes to win his fortune in a wrestling contest, where he meets a lady of the court, Rosalind. Rosalind is companion to Celia, and when the current duke banishes Rosalind from the kingdom, she, Celia, the court jester (and incidentally Orlando) all end up in the forest or Arden.
Rosalind and Orlando representing romantic love, Silvius and Phebe are lovers and also example of unrequited love.Audrey and Touchstone a darker attempt to seduce, and Celia and Oliver simple tying up of loose ends.Duke Frederick was converted to good by an old religious man, and has requested that all of the banished people return home and have their estates back.Source(s): IMDB & google