What kind of miraculous transformations in the characters do you see in Shakespeare's play "As you like it"?

Does Shakespeare make this believeable as a genuine experience?

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    Oliver reforms and stops plotting to kill his brother, and becomes his best friend.

    The duke reforms and stops plotting to kill/exile Rosalind and her father, and gives up his dukedom to live in the forest and meditate.

    Not very believable, either of them, but Shakespeare wasn't above pulling deus-ex-machinas like that so the curtain rang down on a tidily wrapped, full resolved package.

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