- Herrman '95, Michele (1994) "Time as a Tool of Patriarchal Oppression in As You Like It," Undergraduate Review: Vol. 7: Iss. 1, Article 6. http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/rev/vol7/iss1/6
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- William Shakespeare by David Bevington, John Russell Brown, and Terence John Bew Spencer
Bevington, David, John Russell Brown, and Terence JohnBew Spencer. "William Shakespeare - The Poems." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, 30 Sept. 2016. Web. 15 Dec. 2016.
- Gender and Politics in As you like it by Linda Leuser
Leuser, Linda. "Gender and Politics in As You Like It." Cedar Crest College, 2004. Web. 15 Dec. 2016.
- QUEERING Shakespeare’s AS YOU LIKE IT by Rani Gogoi
And whereso’ver we went, like Juno‟s swans, still we went coupled and inseparable.” This reveals the context of Lesbian Eroticism. What was most interesting was when Gogoi explained “Juno’s swans”. She states that it was taken from Roman Mythology. Also the note of swans meaning they are inseparable and is believed swans mate and stay together for a lifetime. Juno is the Roman Goddess of love. This would prove on how their relationship can be considered a same sex relation.
Gogoi, Rani. "Queering Shakespeare's As You Like It." Academia.edu - Share Research. Http://independent.academia.edu/ranigogoi, Web. 15 Dec. 2016.