Look closely at II.1.1-60 and discuss how the Duke and Jacques present the Forest of Arden.
Jacques and Duke Senior both have extremely different views concerning the Forest of Arden, and the language and tone Shakespeare uses to accentuate these views differs accordingly.
The Duke, who has been usurped by his younger brother and exiled to the Forest of Arden, seems determined to find no fault with the forest and regard it as their sanctuary and not their place of banishment. He uses words like 'sweet' 'smile' and 'good' to illustrate that their situation is not unpleasant or distressing, and to try and keep up the spirits of his followers. He presents the forest as a refuge and…
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