What comparison does Celia use to describe Rosalind condition?
Rosalind and Celia have grown up together and have formed a strong attachment. Rosalind has the much stronger character. She is more intelligent than Celia and also more self-reliant, enterprising, and resourceful.
Why does Celia conclude that she loves Rosalind more than Rosalind loves her?
1.2: Celia chides Rosalind for still being grumpy about her banished-father situation. Celia says she must love Rosalind more than Rosalind loves her, as Celia wouldn’t be grumpy if their roles were reversed.
Why does Celia choose to follow Rosalind in the forest because?
Celia is determined that the two girls will not be separated, and she proposes to go with Rosalind to join Rosalind’s deposed father in the Forest of Arden.
What kind of relationship did Celia and Rosalind share?
Celia is the daughter of the tyrannical ruler Duke Frederick. She is the cousin and best friend of Rosalind.
What does Celia’s response to her father’s treatment of Rosalind show about her character is her love stronger than Rosalind’s as she claims?
What does Celia’s response to her father’s treatment of Rosalind show about her character? Is her love stronger than Rosalind’s as she claims? It shows that she is loyal. It’s probably equal but celia is more impulsive and rosalind is more rational.
In what kind of mood does Celia find Rosalind?
Answer. Answer: Celia wants Rosalind to cheer up because, she explains, if their roles were reversed, Celia would find a way to accept the reality of the situation without sulking as Rosalind is. Celia accuses Rosalind of not loving her as much as Celia loves Rosalind.
How does Celia fall in love with Oliver?
But when Oliver who was Orlando brother give the bloody sheet to Rosalind and she black out. Celia was talking with Oliver and was falling in love with him after he help her get down the tree. So when her cousin marry Orlando Celia marry Oliver and heard the news her father gave back the castle to her uncle.
What type of love do you find between Oliver and Celia?
Blind and Abrupt Love between Celia and Oliver Celia has all along affected an airy cynicism about the love that had sprung up in her cousin’s heart at first sight; with an exquisite irony of unconsciousness both Rosalind and Orlando wonder at the love that Celia and Oliver all of a sudden feel for each other.
What is the central conflict in As You Like It?
Major conflict Rosalind and Orlando fall in love, but Rosalind is unjustly banished from Duke Frederick’s court; Orlando is both denied his birthright by his jealous brother Oliver and forced to flee from the vindictive Duke Frederick.
Why was the adversity of the Forest of Arden preferred to the courtiers life in As You Like It?
The adversity of the forest of Arden preferred the country’s life because of the roughness of life in that forest. The forest is not very attractive at first sight. The harsh nature and its loneliness are just like a country’s lifestyle.
Why was the adversity of the Forest of Arden preferred to the country life?
Explanation: The forest of Arden is preferred to the country’s life because it was free of the negativity which has polluted the country’s life.