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As You Like It by Shakespeare

We continue our series of plays with the Nashville Library's monthly Shakespeare reading group, this month discussing As You Like It. We will be meeting at the Edmonson Pike branch of the Nashville library. Ask for the Shakespeare reading group at the front desk.

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  • Sylvia

    I got distracted and forgot to elaborate on my reply to Jenny when she pointed out that Rosalind used chose to use the name "Ganymede". I said, "I'll give you that." With that part alone, my meaning would most likely be misinterpreted–I was not referring to the interpretation Jenny had found regarding Celia's jealousy of Orlando (I still maintain that's based on a false premise). I was referring to, depending on the director's vision, the heterosexual Orlando's discomfiture at possibly finding himself physically attracted to a person he believes to be a young man (those pesky pheromones!). It was my recollection of how this was handled on "The Black Adder" that led me away from the completion of my statement.

    July 31, 2013

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