The Comparison of Forest of Arden versus Forest of Eden
It is the innate desire of man to seek a place of freedom, .an utopia, which allows him to escape into fantasies and away from the hardships of reality. In the play ďAs you like itĒ by William Shakespeare, the playwright indirectly compares the Forest of Arden to the Forest of Eden by exploring the theme of illusions, the idea of the forest as a
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return to the outside world, changed.
In conclusion, the theme of illusions, the idea of the forest as a place of refuge and Ardenís mystical powers were explored by Shakespeare in order to compare the two forests. The forests of Arden and Eden express many similarities in terms of religious aspects. Man will continue to strive for the utopia, a place that is free of stress and hardships, a place many may call heaven.