As You Like It - Study Guide Act 5, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Oliver and Orlando are in the forest. Oliver confesses his love for Aliena and insists it is true love. Orlando questions the suddenness of the feeling. Oliver offers Orlando the family property and tells his brother he will stay in the forest with Celia. Ganymede arrives and Oliver calls him "fair sister."

Orlando tells Ganymede that Oliver is in love with Aliena and wants to marry her. Ganymede thinks the feeling is sudden and compares Oliver to Caesar. Orlando no longer wants to pretend Ganymede is Rosalind, but wants to find her. Ganymede reveals that he is a magician and can make her appear tomorrow. They can marry during Oliver and Celia's ceremony. Ganymede tells Orlando to be dressed in his wedding clothes tomorrow.

Phebe is angry when she learns Ganymede read the letter out loud. She repeats her love for Ganymede, but...

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