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As You Like It Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3, Scene 4 Summary

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Act 3, Scene 4 Summary

Rosalind is waiting for Orlando to arrive for his lesson in love. Orlando doesn't show up and Rosalind is angry. In a conversation with Celia, Rosalind describes his hair as being like Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus. Celia responds that Orlando's hair is lighter and convinces Rosalind that he isn't a traitor. Orlando has been helping her father, Duke Senior. Rosalind tells Celia she prefers to talk about Orlando, not her father.

Corin arrives and tells them Silvius is planning to pursue Phebe. She has never responded to his affection before, but he hasn't been deterred. Corin thinks he is a fool and suggests they go watch him make a fool of himself. The girls accompany Corin.

Act 3, Scene 4 Analysis

Rosalind accuses Orlando of being a traitor when he doesn't show up for their first lesson. Men aren't the only ones to make...

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