1. "As You Like It" opens with a dispute between two brothers, and the theme of brotherly relationships is central to the play. There are two sets of brothers in the play. What are their names?
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Duke Frederick and Duke Charles; Oliver, Orlando and Jacques de Boys
Duke Frederick and Duke Charles; Oliver and Orlando de Boys
Duke Frederick and Duke Senior; Oliver, Orlando and Jacques de Boys
Duke Frederick and Duke Senior; Oliver and Orlando de Boys
2. What does Rosalind give Orlando after he defeats Charles the wrestler?
A ring from her finger
A lock of her hair
A chain from her neck
A letter from her father
3. In Act 2 Amiens sings: '...Come hither, come hither, come hither. Here shall he see no enemy...', what is the following line?
...But winter and rough weather.
...But huntsman, bow and quiver.
...But chiding frost of winter.
...But stag running through the heather.
4. Who utters these immortal lines: 'All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts.'?
5. What is Celia's name while she is disguised in the forest?
She does not change her name
6. Why does Rosalind, in disguise as Ganymede, agree to pretend to be Rosalind for Orlando?
Because Orlando misses her
So Orlando can practice wooing her
To cure Orlando of love
To keep them entertained in the forest
7. Who writes a love letter to Rosalind (as Ganymede)?
8. Which character says, 'The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.'?
9. Which character does Touchstone reprimand and dismiss for loving Audrey, who Touchstone himself has decided to marry?
Sir Oliver Martext
10. Why does Duke Frederick return his crown to his banished brother, Duke Senior?
He is persuaded to by Jaques
He is converted by an old religious man
He is attacked by a lion, and thus achieves enlightenment
He falls in love