As You Like It - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Rosalind confides in Celia about her attraction to Orlando. Celia is surprised to see her shy and unable to speak to him. Rosalind points out that her father loved his. Celia thinks this reasoning is false because her father hates his, but she doesn't share her father's attitude toward Orlando.

Duke Frederick finds the girls and orders Rosalind out of the city. He tells her if she refuses to leave, she will die. She asks why she is being banished and Frederick calls her a traitor. She denies being a traitor and tells Frederick her father isn't either. Duke Frederick states his belief that she is secretly traitorous. Celia tries to change her father's mind, but is unsuccessful.

Celia asks Rosalind where she plans to go. She expresses her wish to go with Rosalind. They plan to go to the Forest of Arden, but know...

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