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Meanwhile, Orlando returns home and is warned by the faithful Adam that Oliver is plotting to kill  him. Together, they too decide to set out for the Forest of Arden, hoping that they will find safety  there. When his daughter Celia is missed, Frederick sends his men out to find Orlando. When he is  informed of Orlando's flight to the Forest of Arden, Frederick assumes that Orlando is responsible for  Celia's disappearance, and in a rage he sends for Oliver and commands him to find Orlando or else  forfeit his entire estate to Frederick. In the forest, Orlando and Adam join Rosalind's exiled father and his men, while Rosalind and Celia,  still in disguise, purchase a little cottage and a small herd of sheep and settle down to a peaceful,  pastoral existence. One day, however, Rosalind finds that the trees in the forest are all covered with  sheets of poetry, dedicated to her. The author of these poems, of course, is Orlando. So, still  pretending to be the young man Ganymede, Rosalind meets Orlando, who is in the throes of love-
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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