By William Shakespeare
This sequence gains vintage Shakespeare retold with picture colour illustrations. every one 64-page softcover booklet keeps keyword phrases and quotations from the unique play.
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40 Good day, Now that the Farewell dear Rosalind. poet is here, traveler! And I must leave. where have Just then Orlando arrived. you been, Rosalind was Orlando? angry with him for being late. My fair A true lover Pardon me, No, you’re Rosalind, I would not be dear Rosalind. much too am only an even a minute late! I would hour late. late! rather be courted by a snail! As You Like It 41 But Rosalind’s love for Orlando would Then love me, not allow her to stay angry. Rosalind. I will, every day. But now that you’re here, my anger is fading away and I am in a holiday mood.
As You Like It 35 You couldn’t Oh yes I can! All right. I’ll take you cure me! you shall call where do you there now. will me Rosalind and live? you come? come to woo* me every day. I will, with No, you must call all my heart, me Rosalind! Come, good lad. sister, let us all go there together. * court, pay attention to 36 And so the time passed while Rosalind, dressed as Ganymede, pretended to cure Orlando of his love. Then one day Orlando was late. Don’t say a word, Men do not or I’ll cry. cry, Ganymede.
Cry, Ganymede. But why did It may be that Yes. I met my father yesterday. He he promise he he is not a true didn’t know me, and he asked who would come this lover. Did you my parents were. I answered that morning—and know that he my father was as good a man then not come? lives here with as he. But why talk of fathers? your father Where is Orlando? and his men? As You Like It 37 But Rosalind was not the only Sweet Phebe, I don’t want unhappy loveR. at that moment, please do not to hurt you, Corin, the old shepherd, came up push me away.