Act I, Scene II
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Jaques laments the wounded deer that Duke senior kills. Jaques seems to have this re-awakening with nature in the forest of Arden. He becomes a child of nature and contemplates the meanings in life. I don't think Duke Senior is yet affected by the wonders of the forest. He sees it as a place to hunt and escape his control. In the end the pastoral comedies always hold a certain enchantment in nature but it will take time for Duke Senior to be affected.