Love in "As You Like it" by William Shakespeare.
In the timeless masterpiece "As You Like It," William Shakespeare covers a wide range of serious topics, while still keeping a light-hearted, comedic tone about the majority of the play. One topic that is obviously touched upon in the play is the major theme of different faces of love. In his depiction of the four couples (Orlando and Rosalind, Silvius and Phebe, Oliver and Celia, and Touchstone and Audrey) Shakespeare offers four differing perspectives on love and its many aspects.
The first type of love is the most poetic and romantic of the play. It is the dream of love at first sight…
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