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'They say he's already in the Forest of Arden'- Charles A,1
'Break his neck as his finger...'- Oliver A.1 / Court= violent
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'The old Duke is banished by his younger brother' -Charles A.1
'In a better world than this' - Le Beau A.1
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"Now we go in content, to liberty, and not to banishment'- Cecila A.1
'Are not these woods more free from peril than the....' D.S A.2
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Here shall see no enemy but winter and rough weather'- Amiens A.2
'True is that we have seen better days' - D.S A.2
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"All the world's a stage and all the men and women..' -Jaques A.2
'there's no clock in the forest' Orlando A.3
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'These tress shall be my books and their barks my thoughts' Orlando A.3
'I earn that i eat'- Corin A.3
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"The worst fault you have is to fall in love." - Jaques A.3
'I am not a ****, though I thank the gods I am foul' -Audrey A.3
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"The wounds invisible that loves keen arrows make'- Silvius a.3
'Men are April when they woo, December when they wed.' Rosalind A.4
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'A lioness..' - Oliver A.4
'Men have died.but not for love'- Rosalind -A.4
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'In a better world than this' - Le Beau A.1

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'The old Duke is banished by his younger brother' -Charles A.1

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'Are not these woods more free from peril than the....' D.S A.2

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'True is that we have seen better days' - D.S A.2

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'there's no clock in the forest' Orlando A.3

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