As You Like It: Novel Summary: Act 3, Scene 5-Act 4, Scene 1

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Act 3, Scene 5: Silvius and Phoebe sit talking in the forest.  Silvius professes his love for her, but she treats him with disdain.  Rosalind, Celia, and Corin come upon them, and Rosalind intervenes and begins to chide Phoebe for her treatment of Silvius.  Instead of becoming angry with "Ganymede," Phoebe falls in love with him and leaves to write him a letter that Silvius, not knowing her feelings, agrees to take to him/her.

Act 4, Scene 1: Orlando has a meeting with Rosalind, dressed as Ganymede, and they work through Orlando's feelings about her.  Rosalind tells him that they have to have a mock wedding with Celia as the minister.  Orlando agrees and they gather to perform the service.  Afterwards, Orlando leaves pledging he will be back in an hour.  Rosalind then expresses to Celia how much she truly loves him. 

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