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Additional Resources for As You Like It by William Shakespeare

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Literary Commentary

Brown, John Russell. "As You Like It" In his Shakespeare's Dramatic Style, pp. 72-103. New York: Bames & Noble, 1971.

Overview of several scenes in As You Like It The critic suggests that the play's consistent dramatic development depends on its diverse thematic elements. Brown supports this thesis by reviewing the language, entrances, exits, character groupings, and movements at I. ii. 216-89, IV. i. 123-218, and V. iv. 108-50.

Craig, Hardin. "As You Like It" In his An Interpretation of Shakespeare, pp. 122-24. New York: The Citadel Press, 1949.

Analyzes the function and influence of Touchstone and Jaques in As You Like It

Fergusson, Francis. "As You Like It,"_ In his Shakespeare: The Pattern in his Carpet, pp. 148-55. New York: Delacorte Press, 1958.

Examines how Shakespeare uses pastoralism in the play. Act I serves as a prologue to the Arden experience, the critic declares, and it is...

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