As You Like It Response

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1 Farley Conor Farley Theater 191 Ashley Goos 27 November 2011 As You Like It Response The intended message of the play, “As You Like It,” to me was all about the delights and struggles involved with love and a romantic relationship, though with a more extreme twist. While many could look for deeper meaning, I thought it portrayed a complicated love affair with the take home message being that real love for another can overcome any adversity pitted against it, as cliché as this may seem. In terms of relevance to the audience, this play is performed on a college campus full of young, hormonal, men and women who more than likely have had their fair share of romantic ups and downs, and I think this play is easy to relate to in the metaphoric sense of being so close to someone of romantic interest, i.e. a long time friend or acquaintance, and the frustrations and joys that can accompany such a relationship, hopefully with a fairytale ending, such as can be seen in the play. One artistic concept that really stuck out to me in this particular play was the
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course THE 119 taught by Professor Delgado during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.

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