As You Like it
SHAKESPEARE MADE EASY
Modernized by Gayle Holste
As You Like It
IN LANGUAGE EVERYONE CAN UNDERSTAND
Shakespeare's delightful comedy about the banished princess who falls in love at first sight with a poor but brave young man unfolds in easy-to-follow English as we speak it today. Follow witty Rosalind as she and her loyal cousin Celia, disguised as a poor shepherd lad and his sister, run away to Arden Forest to escape the threats of Rosalind's wicked uncle. Accompanied by the bawdy jester Touchstone, they meet the melancholy Jacques, the lovesick Silvius, the scornful Phebe, and other colorful characters. Rosalind's encounter with the brave Orlando is only one of several love stories that grace this cleverly plotted play.
The complete original text is laid out side-by-side with the full modern translation. Shakespeare Made Easy titles are ideal for quick reference and understanding, whether you are reading Shakespeare for pleasure or studying for an exam.
Also available in this series:
Hamlet * Henry IV, Part One
Julius Caesar * King Lear
Macbeth * The Merchant of Venice
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Much Ado About Nothing * Othello
Romeo and Juliet * The Taming of the Shrew
The Tempest * Twelfth Night
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Act 1 Scene actors Adam Aliena Amiens Audrey banish'd banished beard Beau better brother characters Charles comes Corin court cousin daughter dear deer doth Duke Frederick Duke Senior duke's Exeunt Exit eyes faith father fool foolish Forest of Arden Fortune Ganymede gentle hath heart Heigh-ho honor horns Hymen Jaques King's Men kiss l'll give l've ladies leave living look Lord Lord Chamberlain's Men lov'd lover lt's man's marriage marry master means Monsieur motley fool ofArden Phebe pity play poems poor pray prithee refers Rosalind and Celia Rosalind l Rosalind Yes Scene 2 lines Shakespeare shepherd sighing Silvius sing Sir Oliver Martext Sir Rowland song speak swear sweet talk tell thank thee things thou art Touchstone Touchstone's tree wear weep William William Shakespeare woman women word wrestler wrestling young youth