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To these virtues may be added Orlando

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To these virtues may be added Orlando's sturdy independence, which prompts him to rebel against  his servitude (I.i.). In addition to his admirable independence, his remarkable courage is shown when  he volunteers, against powerful odds, to enter the ring with the brutish Charles, Duke Frederick's  professional wrestler; he refuses to be dissuaded from fighting Charles, and, as a result, his physical  strength is displayed for us in his quick defeat of the enormously powerful wrestler who has just  defeated three challengers; later, of course, the narration of Orlando's successful combat with the  lioness in Act IV, Scene 3 is further proof of his physical heroism. Although Orlando is a man of action, one should note that he can appreciate Rosalind's wit; he has a 
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