By William Shakespeare
This sequence positive aspects vintage Shakespeare retold with photograph colour illustrations. every one 64-page softcover publication keeps keyword phrases and quotations from the unique play.
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Rosalind went first to the duke. Then she went to Orlando. To you I give To you I give myself, for I am your daughter. myself, for I will soon be your wife. 60 You’re a woman! I I told I’ll have no father, can’t marry you! you so! if you ARe not he. I’ll have no husband, And I’ll never marry a if you ARe not he. woman—as you can see! As You Like It O my dear niece, you are most welcome today; And I will not go back on my word. I am yours, silvius. and my own daughter, more welcome than I can say.
And I for And I for no Rosalind. Woman! 52 It is to wish to serve the one you love. And this is the way I feel about Phebe. And this is the And this is And I don’t feel that way way I feel about the way I about any woman. Ganymede. feel about Rosalind. As You Like It 53 It is to be made up of dreams and of wishes. And this is the way I feel about phebe. And this is the way I feel about Ganymede. And this is the way I feel about Rosalind. And I don’t feel that way about any woman! 54 If what he says If What I say is true, why do is true, why do you blame me you blame me for loving you?
Not good enough for If you come one minute late, I will say you are not worthy* of the lady you call Rosalind! As You Like It 43 When Orlando had left, Celia spoke roughly I cannot bear to be to Rosalind. out of his sight! I’ll go and find a tree to sit You have let this game Oh no, cousin! If go too far! you only knew under until he returns. how much I love him! But two hours passed, and Orlando did not return. It is after two Maybe he went to O’clock! where take a nap after could he be? dinner.